Popcorn Time to Soon Work on Apple Inc. (AAPL)’s Apple TV

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The Streaming service, Popcorn Time, which is also known as the Netflix for pirated movies, has released a new version for Windows users that will allow them to view streaming content from Popcorn Time on Apple Inc. (AAPL)’s  Apple TV by using AirPlay, Business Insider reported today.

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Popcorn Time as a pirated streaming service became popular due to its interface, which is a replica of Netflix Interface. Users can stream the pirated copies of their favorite movies or TV shows on Popcorn Time without having to worry about or deleting any evidence as Popcorn TV takes care of that.

Apple Inc. (AAPL)’s Apple TV allows users to access content from Netflix, Hulu Plus, Vimeo, Youtube and more. All these Streaming services don’t allow any pirated works and users normally have to pay for watching specific content through them. Popcorn Time operates in a questionable area under the law as it allows users to stream any kind of content.  The release of this new version won’t affect Apple Inc. (AAPL) in any ways as the company in no way related with either Popcorn Time or it’s software.

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