Popcorn Hour sent a press release, this revealed the: - A Revolution

IT | Dec 17, 2016 | Master3395

Dubbing on the fly.

"We are pleased to announce that we have launched a revolusjonerendee new version of Popcorn Time, Version 5.6 beta - launched on popcorntime.to."

As to Norwegian content, we are working intensively to ensure that the animated film on Norwegian and other languages are indexed in time for Christmas, explains the folks behind the service to ITavisen.

Dubbing on the fly

The press release reveals the service that they are launching seamless dubbing of films from English into French, Spanish, Italian, German and Portuguese.

"Popcorn Time is a completely free service that allows millions of people across the globe and see just about every film ever shown on this planet, including television shows, without the need to connect to clickbait pages, or choose a torrent .

Popcorn Time will not generate revenue. The point is to make the film available to everyone so that culture spread, also to those who can not consume any other way, whether it is because they can not afford expensive DVD's, or that they can not afford to either cable, satellite services or services like Netflix. "

Children's Movies in even more languages are coming, says the team behind, as do an Android version with support.

Keywords: Popcorntime

Author: Master3395


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