Is ShowBox 100% Safe for Users?

Is ShowBox 100% Safe for Users?

Being surrounded by technologies and having a wide variety of devices are at our disposal only are the most obvious signs we’re living in a digital era. Most of the time the devices’ main purpose is to make our lives easier even if we’re talking about relaxing. And most of the times they succeed.

The most common device is the smartphone, which is used by almost everyone. The first thing most of the smartphone users do is to download certain apps such as remote controllers, apps for TV series or apps that show them what’s the weather going to be. There are many similar examples but two of the most used apps are Popcorn Time and Showbox.

These two combined are like a substitute for Netflix, except for the bad parts. You don’t have to pay for them, nor need a TV. More specifically, it’s all in your hands. However, both might imply some legal issues because they might not be going down the legal path.

Popcorn Time

It works both on Android and IOS and it has a satisfactory interface.  The only thing is that you have to download from iTunes or AppStore, it doesn’t matter what kind of operating system your smartphone uses.

The app is pretty user friendly and you can watch a wide variety of movies just by pressing a single button. You can also customize many things and browse different categories. In fact, the app is pretty much similar to ShowBox.


It is one of the most popular apps for watching TV series and it cannot be found in the AppStore for obvious reasons. The best thing about it is the fact that you can download the content you wish to watch at the best quality.

However, these apps not only allow users watch for free non-copyright types of videos, but their users can also download them. That might interfere with the law provisions. So be aware of your actions because you may not know what you’re getting yourself into.

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