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Been using popcorn time for a while now (maybe 6 months to a year?).

Popcorn Time was a good program but if Popcorn Time and Netflix are competing to win an award for "Hardest to use Interface to Find a Movie" I would have a hard time deciding, it might actually be be a tie... with Netflix finally succeeding in making searching more difficult for the paying customer. Meanwhile, Popcorn Time has a an effectively annoying "fly-out" panel that I'm sure they must have put a lot of work into.
Edited by aweir - 2/14/16 at 7:24pm
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Been using popcorn time for a while now (maybe 6 months to a year?).

Popcorn Time was a good program but if Popcorn Time and Netflix are competing to win an award for "Hardest to use Interface to Find a Movie" I would have a hard time deciding, it might actually be be a tie... with Netflix finally succeeding in making searching more difficult for the paying customer. Meanwhile, Popcorn Time has a an effectively annoying "fly-out" panel that I'm sure they must have put a lot of work into.
lol true! I could never place exactly what it was but damn netflix is hard to search in!
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instantwatcher.com is best for Netflix.

It's funny how much Netflix has neutered their own searching capabilities over the years to hide their library's "deficiencies."
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instantwatcher.com is best for Netflix.

It's funny how much Netflix has neutered their own searching capabilities over the years to hide their library's "deficiencies."
Hey thanks for that! I know a few people who could really make use of it. thumb.gif +Rep

I forgot to show a screenshot of the IP filters window, this is THE most important thing to have set up when torrenting anything, far too many companies, corporations and businesses want to know what you're doing these days. Creepy. cryingsmiley.gif
Edit: Originally I ran it with 7 of these filters, I can't remember exactly which ones they were but I got two letters in the mail in two years so I upgraded to my setup to "paranoid" level. This avoids needing a VPN for most people which would reduce speed a lot even for some of the best paid VPNs. (Like NordVPN, approved by torrentfreak). It's $36 a year/$3 /mo billed annually if you use the code "70off". Best I can find, but you'll never reach native speed through a VPN.

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