The first thing in the ‘Cinema Update’ is a real-debridging method, where a movie is pirated from its original source and remixed in a different manner. This means that instead of downloading a high-definition copy from iTunes or some other service, users can get movies directly from the Internet by visiting a few websites that host this content. The websites themselves either act as repositories for the original material or collators of movies that have been altered or adapted for a better visual appeal. The movies are then downloaded to a personal computer and the user streams them using an iPhone, iSMS or similar mobile device. This has the advantage of allowing people to watch the movie at the same quality as the original without having to pay the premium price for a DVD copy.
As such, the new update has been designed to allow users to access the films they love for a more affordable cost, as well as enjoy better picture and sound than they would with older versions. The main feature that will most probably attract many to use this service is the Cinema Dictionary that is now included on most ipvanish downloads. This allows users to look up all kinds of terms that are related to the movie industry and make educated guesses as to what has been changed or taken out so that the experience is as close to the original as possible.
Apart from the obvious streaming capability of the app, it also includes built-in movie metadata. This lets you search for specific films in the database and then see how much they have changed over the years, right down to the minute second. The Database can also be used to see which films have been released in each country since release and see how popular they are, especially compared to the rest of the market. If you prefer to download the cinema release directly to your phone, you can do so for free using the Cinema Dictionary option available on the app. Firestick does not work on tablets or other touch-screen devices, however.