PureVPN is committed to offering the best streaming experience to its users. With this commitment, PureVPN’s self-optimized servers now give you unrestricted access to Stremio.
Grab your popcorns and stream your favorite shows!
It’s no secret; we are all addicted to streaming. An avid streaming user watches about two to five TV series on Netflix, follows channels on YouTube, and streams the HD version of popular movies, etc.
Just the sheer number of websites you need to visit per day is a complete inconvenience, not to forget that keeping track of your favorites can be mind-boggling. However, Stremio takes all these troubles away with its next-generation media platform. How you may ask? Stremio ties Netflix, Hulu, YouTube and Popcorn Time all together!
What is Stremio?
Stremio is an online media player just like Netflix that brings all the latest on-demand content in one place for its users.
Interestingly, just like Kodi, Stremio too uses add-ons which you can install and get instant access to TV shows and movies from around the world. With Stremio, you can find, arrange and watch videos from all kind of sources on your smart devices.
In short: It’s a multiplatform app that manages all kinds of videos.
Stremio – Next Generation is here!
With Stremio, you get a one-click solution as your collection of videos can be streamed instantly with just a single click. Not only that, you have wide-ranging access to a global library jam-packed with recommendations and trending TV shows, videos, movies, etc.
What’s attractive about the media service is that you get a built-in calendar that marks the launch of upcoming episodes, shows, and movies. Additionally, you get a nicely designed user interface that blends well with the streaming service.
Okay, so what makes Stremio so special?
In simple words: the add-on functionality! If you wish to access Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, Vimeo and others from one place, all you have to do is choose an add-on from Stremio’s roster.
You can even display the newest videos of your preferred YouTube channels in a separate tab.
An Age of Streaming Crackdown, Blockades and Surveillance
While the internet was meant to provide seamless, unhindered access to content, the reality is anything but. The variety of accessibility limitations on the internet require a robust solution like a VPN to get past blocked content, cyberattacks, relentless government crackdowns and mass surveillance.
A VPN is a secure service that channels your internet traffic through encrypted tunnels, keeping your internet activities safe at all times with the help of AES 256-bit encryption.
Besides, VPN servers located around the world help you bypass geo-restrictions and stay clear of surveillance.
How to Access Stremio with PureVPN
PureVPN offers a global network of 750+ servers based in 140+ countries that help you overcome boundaries and get you instant access to the content of your choice.
Let’s say Stremio is blocked in a region/country and you want to get unrestricted access to the media player. With PureVPN, you can connect to a country where Stremio is available and get instant connectivity at blazing-fast speeds.
Not only Stremio, but PureVPN also works the same for Netflix, Hulu, YouTube Red, among other services. Just login with your credentials and experience a free world like never before!
Risks of using Stremio without a VPN
Using Stremio without a VPN could be risky and might harm your device, in terms of viruses and spyware being accidentally downloaded on your device.
A VPN becomes a necessity when you’re trying to use third-party Stremio add-ons as some might not be available in your country and need to be unblocked. In such an event, a VPN will hide your internet activity and your existing location, hence providing you complete online anonymity.
Furthermore, ISPs have become smart and have started to throttle internet connections if they observe that the bandwidth consumption is escalating. However, PureVPN channels your internet traffic through its secure servers, making sure your ISP doesn’t see your online activities and throttle your internet connection.