Money can easily be saved using the popular Android app, Showbox. This lets you watch the latest movies and shows from TV. The best news is that all is for free. No subscription. No monthly rate. Be free to spend the money on whatever you want, while being informed about this entertainments. All you have to do is downloading the app on your tablet or phone that runs Android and then, just have fun!
What about the safety of the user?
Until now, Showbox was found to be safer than other contents taken from the Internet. And that’s because the information is taken just from one source. The legal terms are also observed. The user is free to watch movies for himself and a little group, but not for the entire school or place of work. The download is not possible. The content can only be seen. That is how you avoid stealing.
The app cannot be downloaded, as usual from the Google Play Store. But, this “little thing” leads to some questions, like: Is it safe? Why should I turn on “Unknown Sources”? So, it’s somehow dangerous, even if it’s free.
Some more details
Google did not test the application to find out the risk of viruses, because it doesn’t make part of the Store. In other words, there is no insurance for this app. Not all of the applications go through these tests and are viruses-free, but the chances increase when they are not verified at all.
Although, the law did not obey the use of ShowBox and that’s the best point, the risk of using it is very high, because of the unverified source of downloading. Simply installing the app can be dangerous for the phone. To decrease the risk, the phone can be checked often from malware and the app can be taken from a trusty source.
Nicole Hicks a graduate of UFT. She’s based in Toronto but travels much of the year. Nicole has written for NPR, Motherboard, MSN Money, and the Huffington Post. Nicole is a financial reporter, focusing on technology, national security, and policing.