Leonflix is multi-platform desktop app for finding media, a modular search tool for content. Its modules crawl video/file hosting websites, extracting the videos hosted on those sites for playback within Leonflix. Modules extract only the desired content that streaming sites provide, filtering out all the pop-ups and adware that have been cut into the product. Features: (1) Modular: find lectures from Khan Academy or MIT OpenCourseWare, all using the modules built by the community; (2) Multi-Protocol: streaming isn’t limited to http, you can paste a magnet link into the search bar to stream MP4 torrents; (3) Social: if you want to watch something with your friends, create p2p watch parties with synchronized video playback!
To find what you are looking for with Leonflix, you just need to open the Settings and install/enable all the modules: mit-opencourseware, khan-academy, filepursuit, odb, onmovies, sockshare, sockwatch. As an option, you may also want to connect to Real Debrid and OpenSubtitles.
What am I trading? Seems like nothing. I downloaded it and tried it and Leonflix is scraping for Sources all the time finding nothing, but maybe that is due to my internet provider or something else. Anyway – seems to be trade-free: “there are no subscription fees or ads”, plus no trackers on the website.