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Movies HD Online app for Xbox One.

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Found this free streamimg app on Xbox One. Pretty good selection of movies and tv shows. Hope it helps someone Read More
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Found this free streamimg app on Xbox One. Pretty good selection of movies and tv shows.
Hope it helps someone
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The vast majority of the film and TV content in this app looks to be illegally pirated, if not all of it.

Are you allowed to promote these kinds of apps (and similar devices) on hukd?

The app itself isn't illegal, but the people behind it are making money from the illegal content that's on there.


i bet you're fun at parties

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#1
Any good?
#2
Doesnt seem amazing to me...
1 Like #3
Whaaaaat! The new Star Wars movie? Miss Peregrine's Home? Ouija? This won't be up for long!
#4
Wow really amazed it has a ton of movies not sure how long this app will stay tho for copyright but maybe a few months I don't no anyway it works fine search works and watching world war z as we speak quality is amazing as well watching this at 1080p
1 Like #5
thanks op :)
4 Likes #6
wow is the Xbox one marketplace really that insecure that this passed through the net? lol. anyways heat for a good find and I don't even have an Xbox one haha

Edited By: rebornadd on Dec 17, 2016 13:35: typo
#7
When I click link it says not compatible with device. How do I get this on xbox one please?
1 Like #8
kiwi12
thanks op :)
Your welcome

ericagradus
When I click link it says not compatible with device. How do I get this on xbox one please?
Just search directly on your Xbox for it
1 Like #9
Thanks op any way to remove adverts ?
#10
sareenshiva
Thanks op any way to remove adverts ?
Not that I'm aware of but they don't show we you open a stream afaik
2 Likes #11
The vast majority of the film and TV content in this app looks to be illegally pirated, if not all of it.

Are you allowed to promote these kinds of apps (and similar devices) on hukd?

The app itself isn't illegal, but the people behind it are making money from the illegal content that's on there.
#12
comingback
The vast majority of the film and TV content in this app looks to be illegally pirated, if not all of it.

Are you allowed to promote these kinds of apps (and similar devices) on hukd?

The app itself isn't illegal, but the people behind it are making money from the illegal content that's on there.


Hence why people are confused it's even on Xbox lol I'm sure Microsoft will remove it soon
1 Like #13
Sounds like dodgy piracy though? If people are happy to steal content then so be it. Now TV is on Xbox One and hardly expensive if you'd rather pay your way.
#14
I wouldn't trust downloading this incase xbox decide issue some temporary bans to people for doing this. It might not happen but I personally wouldn't risk it.
1 Like #15
Be careful could be torrenting and not streaming. Streaming copyrighted content is not illegal whilst we are still in the EU. Sharing (torrenting) is.
3 Likes #16
sareenshiva
Thanks op any way to remove adverts ?


What, free movie streaming and you're complaining about ads?!
1 Like #17
sareenshiva
Thanks op any way to remove adverts ?


Change the display settings on your TV. On mine using 'Cinema' (zoom on the spare tv) and adjusting the image position you can crop out the banner ads on the top and left ;)
2 Likes #18
VelocesReptile
I wouldn't trust downloading this incase xbox decide issue some temporary bans to people for doing this. It might not happen but I personally wouldn't risk it.

What, after it was submitted and verified under Microsoft's approval process? There are no repercussions other than for those within MS that haven't vetted the app.
#19
Awesome!

gonna make the most of this before it gets taken down.
#20
watching film as we speak. sweet. :)
3 Likes #21
EU law. You're legally ok to stream view content like this, but not download. Strange but true.

http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/feature/photo-video/is-streaming-pirate-movies-legal-3640854/

Edited By: eripmav on Dec 17, 2016 19:04: Adding link.
#22
Seems ok to me, thanks
#23
nice find 8)
#24
There are about half a dozen similar ones. (searching for movies hd) One is listed as currently unavailable so suspect these will be cracked down on.
15 Likes #25
comingback
The vast majority of the film and TV content in this app looks to be illegally pirated, if not all of it.

Are you allowed to promote these kinds of apps (and similar devices) on hukd?

The app itself isn't illegal, but the people behind it are making money from the illegal content that's on there.


i bet you're fun at parties
#26
I'll stick to casting films to my xbox.
1 Like #27
Hixxy22
I'll stick to casting films to my xbox.
What's casting?
4 Likes #28
jcluk
Sounds like dodgy piracy though? If people are happy to steal content then so be it. Now TV is on Xbox One and hardly expensive if you'd rather pay your way.

Why should I? I went to see the new Star Wars film the other night and was then forced to endure 25 minutes of adverts before it. Not trailers, adverts. Including the same Natwest one twice.

If the film industry doesn't respect me and my time then they can't expect any respect in return.
2 Likes #29
Spark
jcluk
Sounds like dodgy piracy though? If people are happy to steal content then so be it. Now TV is on Xbox One and hardly expensive if you'd rather pay your way.
Why should I? I went to see the new Star Wars film the other night and was then forced to endure 25 minutes of adverts before it. Not trailers, adverts. Including the same Natwest one twice.
If the film industry doesn't respect me and my time then they can't expect any respect in return.
Why not just go 25 minutes later thats what i do as this seems the norm now
2 Likes #30
archer1204
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jcluk
Sounds like dodgy piracy though? If people are happy to steal content then so be it. Now TV is on Xbox One and hardly expensive if you'd rather pay your way.
Why should I? I went to see the new Star Wars film the other night and was then forced to endure 25 minutes of adverts before it. Not trailers, adverts. Including the same Natwest one twice.
If the film industry doesn't respect me and my time then they can't expect any respect in return.
Why not just go 25 minutes later thats what i do as this seems the norm now

It was a midnight screening with unreserved seating and to be fair I didn't expect them to be stupid enough to show adverts before a special screening.
1 Like #31
Spark
archer1204
Spark
jcluk
Sounds like dodgy piracy though? If people are happy to steal content then so be it. Now TV is on Xbox One and hardly expensive if you'd rather pay your way.
Why should I? I went to see the new Star Wars film the other night and was then forced to endure 25 minutes of adverts before it. Not trailers, adverts. Including the same Natwest one twice.
If the film industry doesn't respect me and my time then they can't expect any respect in return.
Why not just go 25 minutes later thats what i do as this seems the norm now
It was a midnight screening with unreserved seating and to be fair I didn't expect them to be stupid enough to show adverts before a special screening.
In the last 10-15 years i have never been to a cinema and they havn't shown a good load of adverts trailers etc for instance i am going to Rogue(no spoliers please ) for the 10.30am showing this morning but i wont take my seat till 10.55am
#32
archer1204
Spark
archer1204
Spark
jcluk
Sounds like dodgy piracy though? If people are happy to steal content then so be it. Now TV is on Xbox One and hardly expensive if you'd rather pay your way.
Why should I? I went to see the new Star Wars film the other night and was then forced to endure 25 minutes of adverts before it. Not trailers, adverts. Including the same Natwest one twice.
If the film industry doesn't respect me and my time then they can't expect any respect in return.
Why not just go 25 minutes later thats what i do as this seems the norm now
It was a midnight screening with unreserved seating and to be fair I didn't expect them to be stupid enough to show adverts before a special screening.
In the last 10-15 years i have never been to a cinema and they havn't shown a good load of adverts trailers etc for instance i am going to Rogue(no spoliers please ) for the 10.30am showing this morning but i wont take my seat till 10.55am

That's a dose with so many ads. Went to see the same movie in Southern Ireland during the week and there was 1 ad. Movie started within 3 minutes of scheduled start time.
#33
JJ100
archer1204
Spark
archer1204
Spark
jcluk
Sounds like dodgy piracy though? If people are happy to steal content then so be it. Now TV is on Xbox One and hardly expensive if you'd rather pay your way.
Why should I? I went to see the new Star Wars film the other night and was then forced to endure 25 minutes of adverts before it. Not trailers, adverts. Including the same Natwest one twice.
If the film industry doesn't respect me and my time then they can't expect any respect in return.
Why not just go 25 minutes later thats what i do as this seems the norm now
It was a midnight screening with unreserved seating and to be fair I didn't expect them to be stupid enough to show adverts before a special screening.
In the last 10-15 years i have never been to a cinema and they havn't shown a good load of adverts trailers etc for instance i am going to Rogue(no spoliers please ) for the 10.30am showing this morning but i wont take my seat till 10.55am
That's a dose with so many ads. Went to see the same movie in Southern Ireland during the week and there was 1 ad. Movie started within 3 minutes of scheduled start time.
was it a cineworld and did they have any trailers
banned#34
Thanks for bringing this to my attention OP just reported the app to MS.
3 Likes #35
thornleyfire
Thanks for bringing this to my attention OP just reported the app to MS.
Its been around for quite a while do you honestly think 1 report will bring this down
#36
archer1204
JJ100
archer1204
Spark
archer1204
Spark
jcluk
Sounds like dodgy piracy though? If people are happy to steal content then so be it. Now TV is on Xbox One and hardly expensive if you'd rather pay your way.
Why should I? I went to see the new Star Wars film the other night and was then forced to endure 25 minutes of adverts before it. Not trailers, adverts. Including the same Natwest one twice.
If the film industry doesn't respect me and my time then they can't expect any respect in return.
Why not just go 25 minutes later thats what i do as this seems the norm now
It was a midnight screening with unreserved seating and to be fair I didn't expect them to be stupid enough to show adverts before a special screening.
In the last 10-15 years i have never been to a cinema and they havn't shown a good load of adverts trailers etc for instance i am going to Rogue(no spoliers please ) for the 10.30am showing this morning but i wont take my seat till 10.55am
That's a dose with so many ads. Went to see the same movie in Southern Ireland during the week and there was 1 ad. Movie started within 3 minutes of scheduled start time.
was it a cineworld and did they have any trailers
No, it was a local cinema chain called Reel Picture.
#37
how on earth did it get past the vetting process? nice to see though :)
2 Likes #38
thornleyfire
Thanks for bringing this to my attention OP just reported the app to MS.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ZrAYxWPN6c
#39
TrebleR
how on earth did it get past the vetting process? nice to see though :)

The new release movies have been added after the vetting process, it's guaranteed that they showed Microsoft a ton of B-movies in order to get it passed.
3 Likes #40
thornleyfire
Thanks for bringing this to my attention OP just reported the app to MS.

Did you honestly sign up just for that?

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