Version: 1.1.15 (32)
Package: com.mitechlt.tvportal.play
12,484 downloads
4.32 MB (4,531,045 bytes)
Min: Android 3.0 (Honeycomb, API 11)
Target: Android 5.0 (Lollipop, API 21)
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Uploaded July 14, 2015 at 7:08PM UTC by ME
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  • Play store link says “App not found”.

    • Keith

      Not all apps are available on the Play store.. especially ones like this that would most likely not gain Google’s approval.

      • Excatly, but sometimes it wont even work with Facebook :-)

    • mike p

      Definitely not ever be allowed on Playstore, it streams movies that are just released to the theaters!!! Like for example, Jurassic World is in excellent quality but Chinese, maybe Japanese, subtitles. Works great on my phone.

  • Nathan J

    If the app is not available on the Play Store, can we please get some kind of description? No coverage on Android Police, either.

    I assume this is like Popcorn Time for TV shows? “Download and find out” is poor advice, but that’s exactly what I’m going to do, because F it, that’s why.

    • Nathan J

      It’s a TV/movie streaming app. I’m getting a lot of links not found with it, or unusually long loading times. Just picking the first movie they list and trying several mirrors, it isn’t getting me into the movie at all. I’d say I’m giving it 30 seconds or so. I wonder if it’s trying to download the entire thing before playing it, rather than streaming.

      One finally came up, and it’s super low quality (360p tops) so it may have downloaded.

      It does have native Chromecast support, so there’s that. But streams take ages to load and the reliability isn’t there.

      I also tested a similar app available here, Show Box, which works much better, except it doesn’t cast natively. You can use AllCast or any external (to the app) media player that casts, and that should work.