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This application is a hit in the United States and allows you to watch Netflix films for free

An application released very recently on the App Store is subject to modification. many controversies. It would allow à its users to watch very latest movies for free.

The info seems almost too good to be true: for several days now, a new application only available on iOS would allow you to use your mobile device. its users to watch pirated films and series. Some videos even come from very recent productions which are still shown in cinemas such as the film "Poor Things" with Emma Stone.

Entitled "Kimi", the application in question presents itself as a solution for testing one's vision by displaying several images of different qualities . The user can then check whether their vision has deteriorated or not depending on what is displayed in the screen. &agrav; the screen. The application, as presented on the App Store, also goes in this direction and seems to clearly indicate that it is This is a simple solution to test your eyesight.

This application is a hit in the United States and allows you to watch Netflix films for free

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However, one detail stands out: why is a simple application that allows you to test your eyesight found yourself at risk? the eighth position of the most downloaded applications in the "entertainment” section; From the App Store ? Additionally, user reviews seem to be very enthusiastic for a simple eye test app. In user reviews, some of  They describe Kimi as "the best app ever created!" or that they "like this application so much", which raises questions once again. And for good reason: once Kimi launched; on your iPhone or iPad, the application does not display any vision tests.

In reality, Kimi is a streaming or downloading video service with multiple films and series . This content, certainly pirated, brings together multiple productions that can be found on Netflix, Disney+ or even Amazon Prime. Several recent films are also available in high quality. quite bad and clearly filmed with a cell phone. We find there in particular the very recent "Poor Things" by the director Yórgos Lánthimos, yet always at the same time. showing it at the cinema.

You will have understood: if Kimi is such a hit on the App Store, it is because the application certainly allows you to test your eyesight with degraded images, but above all to watch many films for free. However, it would not be surprising if Apple acted very quickly to remove the application as it appears to violate numerous copyright and property laws. oacute;summer intellectual.

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116