IPTV, or Internet Protocol Television, is the platform that allows you to watch TV channels via an Internet connection.
To do this, you usually need to register for certain online services or download software on your PC or TV Box. But how can you enjoy your favorite channels on your smartphone? As usual, we have the solution, we are going to talk about the best IPTV apps for your Android device
In this useful guide we will show you, in our opinion, the best IPTV apps for your Android device currently available on the Google Play Store that you can install on your Android device, smartphone or tablet.
Of course, we remind you that, in order to take advantage of these apps, your device must be connected to the Internet via Wi-Fi or mobile data (attention to data consumption). So let's go ahead and see which are the best apps for IPTV
IPTV Smarters Pro
IPTV Smarters Pro, the name of this application is practically a guarantee of variety. Although it is not equipped with the best graphical interface, IPTV is the favorite app for over 10 million users.
Among its best features, you will find frequent updates, speed, excellent integrated reader, support for M3U and XSPF lists, support for EPG, the option to display the channel list in three modes (list, grid or titles) and automatic reconnection in case of buffering or blocks.
TVCast differs from the others thanks to its simple and minimal interface in line with Google's Material Design, which leaves no room for doubt. It supports both M3U and M3U8 and is available for free.
As you may have guessed from the name, this application is geared towards transmitting content: in fact, it can broadcast the contents of its channel list on a variety of devices, including Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Apple TV, Chromecast and TVCast Web Player (the proprietary software to be able to transmit to the PC).
IPTV Extreme is one of the most downloaded and appreciated apps in this category. Free, simple and intuitive, it offers all the features you expect. Every user can find what he needs when he wants to enjoy a small TV on his smartphone.
Here, we also find an integrated video player, support for Google Chromecast, a Parental Control function, support for M3U lists and automatic EPG updates. And one of the best apps for IPTV.
IPTV is completely free (with optional in-app purchases) it allows you to watch TV channels via streaming, using lists in M3U or JSON format and that you can upload via HTTP or FTP connections.
The interface is very intuitive, allows you to control the TV guide (EPG) and contains an integrated video player full of useful commands for certain functions. There is also the possibility of transmitting content from your smartphone to your TV via Chromecast or Apple TV.
Kodi is much more than an application to watch free TV on Android. It is a platform to consume multimedia content with which it is also possible to watch many movies and free series. At first, it might scare you because it has many options but we have guides on Kodi that will help you.
What is your favorite app when it comes to watching TV channels on your smartphone or tablet? Let me know in the comments below.