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Sadly, it’s official: Flixtor is offline, and there is no projected date for its return.
Under extreme pressure from the movie industry, one of our favorite free movie and TV streaming services has been removed from the web. If you’ve visited a so-called Flixtor website recently, please read on, because you are putting yourself at risk.
Dozens of new sites have popped up claiming to be the “new Flixtor,” but they are all fake and unsafe. Flixtor’s developers confirmed in a public statement that any website claiming to be a new version of the service is a fraud.
What Can You Do While Flixtor Is Unavailable?
Luckily, there are safe alternatives to Flixtor, so you can still get your TV and movie fix.
We constantly monitor streaming sites to find the best available services and help you stay clear of sites that could spread malware or hijack your browser. We’ll share some of our favorite alternatives to Flixtor below.
But first, a quick note about your online safety: If you’re torrenting movies or streaming video from any free site online, we strongly recommend that you use a VPN.
By keeping you anonymous, a VPN can protect you from legal problems if the website you use hasn’t obtained the rights to distribute the movies you watch. So we’ll also recommend the best VPNs to use for free streaming sites.
Best Alternatives to Flixtor That Work Right Now
We thoroughly tested these websites for safety, quality, and reliability. You don’t have to sign up to watch their content, and they don’t bombard you with ads, especially if your VPN has an ad blocker.
MoviesJoy is a free movie and TV streaming service with zero ads. It’s fast and offers HD streaming. During testing, however, we discovered that some of the HD videos are actually only 720p (standard HD), not the 1080p (full HD) we were hoping for.
All of the videos are labeled as either HD or cam to help you find the highest-quality version of each movie or show quickly. “Cam” movies were recorded with a camcorder in a movie theater.
The only real downside we discovered while testing MovieJoy is that there is no way to remove closed captions from videos that have them. The captions weren’t intrusive and didn’t take up much screen space, but it would still be nice to be able to switch them off.
Overall, MoviesJoy is a well-designed, ad-free site with a great selection of over 1,000 titles.
2. Popcorn Time
Technically, Popcorn Time is an app, not a website, but it’s so impressive that it deserves a mention here.
When you open the app, you’ll have access to a catalog of thousands of TV shows and movies from various torrenting websites. All you need to do is select a movie, choose the video quality, and decide if you want closed captions. The app will do the rest!
The Popcorn Time app is available for Windows, Mac OS, Linux, and Android devices. You can also download it to your iOS device from a PC or Mac.Read More: flixtor alternatives