17:19 17 July 2017
Mobdro is a streaming program that picks up live channels and on-demand content including documentaries, live sports and popular TV shows. Currently, it is not available in the app store but the Android application package is available online. It can be loaded onto TV streaming devices including Amazon’s Fire TV Stick and Google’s Chromecast.
Some of the first to try the service were nothing but impressed.
"Got it today, pretty sweet so far. Has all the sports channels which will prove to be handy," one impressed user wrote on Reddit.
"Someone makes the stream available online, Mobdro finds it and serve it in a nice userface for you. Probably released somewhere else first," another wrote.
To use Modbro, users have to agree to the app’s terms and conditions, which state that it is designed to “crawl the web for free streams” and capture them in order for users to watch.
It goes on to say: "Mobdro has no control whatsoever nor may it be held liable for the content or location of the streams, which shall be the sole responsibility of the pages on which they are hosted."
"Should the holder of a copyright consider that her/his right have[sic] been breached, she/he must address the source to request its withdrawal."
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