If you are one of the users that are using Showbox, maybe you know that the media streaming app has stopped working, and others are speculating that the app can be shut down. But the problem still, and the app is not working, so what can we do now? We have made a list of the best alternative for, and you can watch movies, TV shows on your Android devices, iPhone, Mac, or Windows.
The app is available only for Android devices, and it streams HD content, and you have the option to choose between 360p and 720p. You can download and install Megabox just like Showbox, don’t forget to download to APK too.
Playbox HD is for Android and iOS, and it has a similar interface like Showbox. You will have simple categories, menus, and navigation. You can download it because it’s free to use it, and the content is HD.
Having Sky HD is one of the best apps on the market, but unfortunately, it’s not for free. The app is exciting because of the picture quality and unlimited access to TV show or movies. Also, you can organize the content based on the category or genre depending on your wishes, and you can download Sky HD APK for your device.
In 2015 Popcorn Time was shut down but now is available for Windows, Android, macOS, Linux, and Android. Using Popcorn Time, you can customize everything as you wish and you will have HD movies and TV shows.
Crackle is made by Sony and is available only for Android. You can watch TV shows and movies, you can save them for viewing later, or you can create playlists too. With Crackle you have smart TV support, and new content is updated every month.
Cinemabox is available on Google Play Store, so you have to download the APK file for the install. You will have movies, TV shows and support for different languages. All the content is for free, and the apps have a Kids Mode. Crackle is available for Android and iOS device, and online and offline streaming.
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.