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This is the paid version of IPTV app.

Pro features (comparing with free version):
✔ Ad free
✔ Ability to auto-reconnect to streaming server when connection is closed unexpectedly (http streams only).
✔ Start app on device boot option, useful for set-top boxes.
✔ Auto-play last channel option
✔ Extended playlists history

Watch IPTV from your Internet service provider or free live TV channels from any other source in the web.

Features:
✔ M3U and XSPF playlists support
✔ Playlists history
✔ Playing multicast streams with UDP proxy (proxy need to be installed in your LAN)
✔ Ability to auto-reconnect to streaming server when connection is closed unexpectedly (http streams only)
✔ Grid, list or tile view of TV channels
✔ EPG support in XMLTV and JTV formats
✔ Start app on device boot option

Please note that this app doesn't contain any built-in channels. You should have your playlist with TV channels to use this app.

For multicast streams it's recommended to use UDP proxy:
* for Windows: download and install UDP-to-HTTP proxy from http://borpas.info/download/UdpProxy.exe or check the corresponding option while installing IP-TV Player http://borpas.info/iptvplayer
* for Linux: install udpxy (http://udpxy.com/index-en.html, http://sourceforge.net/projects/udpxy/)
* the best solution would be installing udpxy on your WLAN router, this can be done for DD-WRT (http://www.dd-wrt.com) and OpenWrt (https://openwrt.org) firmware
* some WLAN routers have built-in udpxy in manufacturer's firmware

Please join translations project at https://crowdin.com/project/iptv/invite if you want to add new or improve existing translation.

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Version History

Launched May 07, 2014 (over 5 years ago).

Releasing new versions every 26 days, on average.

Jan 21
2020
(Current)
Version 5.3.5

Bug fixes

Dec 26
2019
Version 5.3.4

Catchup improvements (support for flussonic and more)
Added option to show clock on video player screen
EPG loading improvements
Bug fixes

Dec 23
2019
Version 5.2.6

Bug fixes

Nov 14
2019
Version 5.2.4

Bug fixes

Nov 13
2019
Version 5.2.1

Initial catchup support
Now you can add a channel to favorites in video player screen
Added Last Category option for Start Page preference

Nov 06
2019
Version 5.1.12

Fix D-pad navigation for Android TV 9
Minor bug fixes

Sep 02
2019
Version 5.1.11

Bug fixes

Aug 21
2019
Version 5.1.10

Bug fixes

Aug 18
2019
Version 5.1.9

Bug fixes

Aug 15
2019
Version 5.1.6

In this version we introduce new HW decoder for better video player performance
Bug fixes

Aug 07
2019
Version 5.1.4

In this version we introduce new HW decoder for better video player performance
Bug fixes

Aug 04
2019
Version 5.1.3

In this version we introduce new HW decoder for better video player performance

Aug 02
2019
Version 5.0.11

Bug fixes

Jun 03
2019
Version 5.0.10

Bug fixes
Thai translation added

May 30
2019
Version 5.0.9

Bug fixes

Apr 24
2019
Version 5.0.7

Bug fixes and stability improvements for Cast and Background Play features

Apr 23
2019
Version 5.0.4

In this version we introduce cast to Chromecast devices and Background Play features

Apr 14
2019
Version 4.3.3

Option for sorting favorites by date added on TV devices
Bug fixes

Jan 30
2019
Version 4.3.2

Bug fixes

Jan 30
2019
Version 4.3.1

Bug fixes

Jan 09
2019
Version 4.3.0

Added manual sort for favorite channels.
If you have several channels with the same name in your playlist and want to add to favorites only one of them, now you can do it. Just set "Favorite channels identification mode" in the app settings to "By stream URL".
Favorite channels are now imported with export/import configuration.
Fixed the issue with setting parental control PIN code on some devices.

Jan 09
2019
Version 4.2.2

Translations update
Bug fixes

Oct 24
2018
Version 4.2.1

Now you can see full channel EPG during video playback
New preference for configuring playlist auto refresh interval
Bug fixes

Oct 24
2018
Version 4.1.3

Bug fixes

Sep 17
2018
Version 4.1.2

New preferences for internal player:
- Screen orientation
- Default aspect ratio

Bug fixes and stability improvements

Sep 16
2018
Version 4.0.1

In this version we introduce new internal video player. Internal player allows you to switch channels easily during video playback. It also has auto-reconnect feature.

More in this version:
- Optimized interface for TV
- 'Press back twice to exit' option
- Improved EPG loading
- Chinese Simplified translation

Sep 05
2018
Version 3.9.6

Bug fixes

Jul 11
2018
Version 3.9.5

Frisian translation
Bug fixes

Jun 25
2018
Version 3.9.4

Frisian translation
Bug fixes

Jun 24
2018
Version 3.9.2

Bug fixes

May 21
2018
Version 3.9.1

Stability improvements and bug fixes

May 03
2018
Version 3.9.0

Added parental control feature
Improved EPG loading
Updated app icon, added round icon for Android 7.1 devices and higher
Optimizations and bug fixes

Mar 19
2018
Version 3.8.1

Bug fixes

Feb 21
2018
Version 3.8.0

Now you can export and import your app configuration
Added translation to Norwegian language

Dec 28
2017
Version 3.7.5

XZ compressed EPG support
Bug fixes

Nov 27
2017
Version 3.7.4

Azerbaijani translation
Bug fixes

Oct 31
2017
Version 3.7.3

Kabyle translation
UI improvements for tile view
Bug fixes

Sep 07
2017
Version 3.7.2

Hungarian translation
Bug fixes

Aug 04
2017
Version 3.7.1

Multiple UPD proxies
Support "#EXTVLCOPT:http-user-agent" option in playlists with MX Player
New translations: Swedish and Macedonian (FYROM)
Bug fixes

Aug 02
2017
Version 3.7.0

Multiple UPD proxies
Support "#EXTVLCOPT:http-user-agent" option in playlists with MX Player
New translations: Swedish and Macedonian
Bug fixes

May 22
2017
Version 3.6.0

Dark and light themes
Bug fixes

Apr 14
2017
Version 3.5.2

Bug fixes

Mar 23
2017
Version 3.5.1

Now you can use local file as EPG source
Support XMLTV loading from zip files

Feb 22
2017
Version 3.4.6

Bug fixes and UI improvements

Dec 28
2016
Version 3.4.5

EPG loading improved
New translations: Japanese, Korean

Nov 17
2016
Version 3.4.4

Polish translation

Oct 13
2016
Version 3.4.3

Bug fixes
Translations updated

Sep 16
2016
Version 3.4.2

Bug fixes
New option to auto-play the last played channel

Aug 16
2016
Version 3.4.1

Improved channels search and icons loading
Minor bug fixes

Jul 18
2016
Version 3.4

Improve loading EPG in XMLTV format.
Now you can see program details by clicking on TV program.

Jun 10
2016
Version 3.3.2

Stablity improvements and bug fixes

May 13
2016
Version 3.3.1

Apr 11
2016
Version 3.3

Mar 17
2016
Version 3.2

Feb 26
2016
Version 3.1.2

Feb 03
2016
Version 3.1.1

Dec 29
2015
Version 3.0.3

Dec 13
2015
Version 3.0.2

Dec 10
2015
Version 3.0.1

Dec 09
2015
Version 3.0

Nov 11
2015
Version 2.17.2

This is the paid version of IPTV app.

Pro features (comparing with free version):
✔ Ad free
✔ Ability to auto-reconnect to streaming server when connection is closed unexpectedly (http streams only).
✔ Start app on device boot option, useful for set-top boxes.
✔ Extended playlists history


Watch IPTV from your Internet service provider or free live TV channels from any other source in the web.


If you are using VLC to watch TV on your PC then this app is for you.


Features:
✔ M3U and XSPF playlists support
✔ Playlists history
✔ Playing multicast streams with UDP proxy (proxy need to be installed in your LAN)
✔ Ability to auto-reconnect to streaming server when connection is closed unexpectedly (http streams only)
✔ Grid or list view of TV channels
✔ EPG support in XMLTV and JTV formats
✔ Start app on device boot option


Please note that this app doesn't contain any built-in channels. You need to have playlist with TV channels in order to use this app.


Setup instructions:
* First you'll need to input m3u or xspf playlist, you can get it from your ISP or find free playlist in the web.
* If app asks to setup UDP proxy, please do it, see instructions below.


Installing UDP proxy for multicast streams:
* for Windows: download and install UDP-to-HTTP proxy from http://borpas.info/download/UdpProxy.exe or check the corresponding option while installing IP-TV Player http://borpas.info/iptvplayer
* for Linux: install udpxy (http://udpxy.com/index-en.html, http://sourceforge.net/projects/udpxy/)
* the best solution would be installing udpxy on your WLAN router, this can be done for DD-WRT (http://www.dd-wrt.com) and OpenWrt (https://openwrt.org) firmware
* some WLAN routers have built-in udpxy in manufacturer's firmware


Sometimes m3u files on Android could be deleted by the system. This happens because Android scans sd-card, reads m3u playlists and fixes them by deleting the links to files which could not be found on your sd-card. Since you have URLs instead of files in your playlist, Android thinks that playlist is empty and deletes it. To avoid this just create some folder, place there empty ".nomedia" file and your m3u playlist. After that Android will exclude that folder from scanning and won't touch the playlist.


Alternatively, you can place your playlist to some web server (Dropbox public link is one of the options) and specify its URL in the app.


Please join translations project at https://crowdin.com/project/iptv/invite if you want to add new or improve existing translation.

Nov 11
2015
Version 2.17.1

This is the paid version of IPTV app.

Pro features (comparing with free version):
✔ Ad free
✔ Ability to auto-reconnect to streaming server when connection is closed unexpectedly (http streams only).
✔ Start app on device boot option, useful for set-top boxes.
✔ Extended playlists history


Watch IPTV from your Internet service provider or free live TV channels from any other source in the web.


If you are using VLC to watch TV on your PC then this app is for you.


Features:
✔ M3U and XSPF playlists support
✔ Playlists history
✔ Playing multicast streams with UDP proxy (proxy need to be installed in your LAN)
✔ Ability to auto-reconnect to streaming server when connection is closed unexpectedly (http streams only)
✔ Grid or list view of TV channels
✔ EPG support in XMLTV and JTV formats
✔ Start app on device boot option


Please note that this app doesn't contain any built-in channels. You need to have playlist with TV channels in order to use this app.


Setup instructions:
* First you'll need to input m3u or xspf playlist, you can get it from your ISP or find free playlist in the web.
* If app asks to setup UDP proxy, please do it, see instructions below.


Installing UDP proxy for multicast streams:
* for Windows: download and install UDP-to-HTTP proxy from http://borpas.info/download/UdpProxy.exe or check the corresponding option while installing IP-TV Player http://borpas.info/iptvplayer
* for Linux: install udpxy (http://udpxy.com/index-en.html, http://sourceforge.net/projects/udpxy/)
* the best solution would be installing udpxy on your WLAN router, this can be done for DD-WRT (http://www.dd-wrt.com) and OpenWrt (https://openwrt.org) firmware
* some WLAN routers have built-in udpxy in manufacturer's firmware


Sometimes m3u files on Android could be deleted by the system. This happens because Android scans sd-card, reads m3u playlists and fixes them by deleting the links to files which could not be found on your sd-card. Since you have URLs instead of files in your playlist, Android thinks that playlist is empty and deletes it. To avoid this just create some folder, place there empty ".nomedia" file and your m3u playlist. After that Android will exclude that folder from scanning and won't touch the playlist.


Alternatively, you can place your playlist to some web server (Dropbox public link is one of the options) and specify its URL in the app.


Please join translations project at https://crowdin.com/project/iptv/invite if you want to add new or improve existing translation.

Oct 14
2015
Version 2.17.0

This is the paid version of IPTV app.

Pro features (comparing with free version):
✔ Ad free
✔ Ability to auto-reconnect to streaming server when connection is closed unexpectedly (http streams only).
✔ Start app on device boot option, useful for set-top boxes.
✔ Extended playlists history


Watch IPTV from your Internet service provider or free live TV channels from any other source in the web.


If you are using VLC to watch TV on your PC then this app is for you.


Features:
✔ M3U and XSPF playlists support
✔ Playlists history
✔ Playing multicast streams with UDP proxy (proxy need to be installed in your LAN)
✔ Ability to auto-reconnect to streaming server when connection is closed unexpectedly (http streams only)
✔ Grid or list view of TV channels
✔ EPG support in XMLTV and JTV formats
✔ Start app on device boot option


Please note that this app doesn't contain any built-in channels. You need to have playlist with TV channels in order to use this app.


Setup instructions:
* First you'll need to input m3u or xspf playlist, you can get it from your ISP or find free playlist in the web.
* If app asks to setup UDP proxy, please do it, see instructions below.


Installing UDP proxy for multicast streams:
* for Windows: download and install UDP-to-HTTP proxy from http://borpas.info/download/UdpProxy.exe or check the corresponding option while installing IP-TV Player http://borpas.info/iptvplayer
* for Linux: install udpxy (http://udpxy.com/index-en.html, http://sourceforge.net/projects/udpxy/)
* the best solution would be installing udpxy on your WLAN router, this can be done for DD-WRT (http://www.dd-wrt.com) and OpenWrt (https://openwrt.org) firmware
* some WLAN routers have built-in udpxy in manufacturer's firmware


Sometimes m3u files on Android could be deleted by the system. This happens because Android scans sd-card, reads m3u playlists and fixes them by deleting the links to files which could not be found on your sd-card. Since you have URLs instead of files in your playlist, Android thinks that playlist is empty and deletes it. To avoid this just create some folder, place there empty ".nomedia" file and your m3u playlist. After that Android will exclude that folder from scanning and won't touch the playlist.


Alternatively, you can place your playlist to some web server (Dropbox public link is one of the options) and specify its URL in the app.


Please join translations project at https://crowdin.com/project/iptv/invite if you want to add new or improve existing translation.

Sep 15
2015
Version 2.16.2

This is the paid version of IPTV app.

Pro features (comparing with free version):
✔ Ad free
✔ Ability to auto-reconnect to streaming server when connection is closed unexpectedly (http streams only).
✔ Start app on device boot option, useful for set-top boxes.
✔ Extended playlists history


Watch IPTV from your Internet service provider or free live TV channels from any other source in the web.


If you are using VLC to watch TV on your PC then this app is for you.


Features:
✔ M3U and XSPF playlists support
✔ Playlists history
✔ Playing multicast streams with UDP proxy (proxy need to be installed in your LAN)
✔ Ability to auto-reconnect to streaming server when connection is closed unexpectedly (http streams only)
✔ Grid or list view of TV channels
✔ EPG support in XMLTV and JTV formats
✔ Start app on device boot option


Setup instructions:
* First you'll need to input channels list (m3u or xspf playlist), you can get it from your ISP or find free channels list in the web.
* If app asks to setup UDP proxy, please do it, see instructions below.


Installing UDP proxy for multicast streams:
* for Windows: download and install UDP-to-HTTP proxy from http://borpas.info/download/UdpProxy.exe or check the corresponding option while installing IP-TV Player http://borpas.info/iptvplayer
* for Linux: install udpxy (http://udpxy.com/index-en.html, http://sourceforge.net/projects/udpxy/)
* the best solution would be installing udpxy on your WLAN router, this can be done for DD-WRT (http://www.dd-wrt.com) and OpenWrt (https://openwrt.org) firmware
* some WLAN routers have built-in udpxy in manufacturer's firmware


Sometimes m3u files on Android could be deleted by the system. This happens because Android scans sd-card, reads m3u playlists and fixes them by deleting the links to files which could not be found on your sd-card. Since you have URLs instead of files in your playlist, Android thinks that playlist is empty and deletes it. To avoid this just create some folder, place there empty ".nomedia" file and your m3u playlist. After that Android will exclude that folder from scanning and won't touch the playlist.


Alternatively, you can place your playlist to some web server (Dropbox public link is one of the options) and specify its URL in the app.


Please join translations project at https://crowdin.com/project/iptv/invite if you want to add new or improve existing translation.

Jul 25
2015
Version 2.16.1

This is the paid version of IPTV app.

Pro features (comparing with free version):
✔ Ad free
✔ Ability to auto-reconnect to streaming server when connection is closed unexpectedly (http streams only).
✔ Start app on device boot option, useful for set-top boxes.
✔ Extended playlists history


Watch IPTV from your Internet service provider or free live TV channels from any other source in the web.


If you are using VLC to watch TV on your PC then this app is for you.


Features:
✔ M3U and XSPF playlists support
✔ Playlists history
✔ Playing multicast streams with UDP proxy (proxy need to be installed in your LAN)
✔ Ability to auto-reconnect to streaming server when connection is closed unexpectedly (http streams only)
✔ Grid or list view of TV channels
✔ EPG support in XMLTV and JTV formats
✔ Start app on device boot option


Setup instructions:
* First you'll need to input channels list (m3u or xspf playlist), you can get it from your ISP or find free channels list in the web.
* If app asks to setup UDP proxy, please do it, see instructions below.


Installing UDP proxy for multicast streams:
* for Windows: download and install UDP-to-HTTP proxy from http://borpas.info/download/UdpProxy.exe or check the corresponding option while installing IP-TV Player http://borpas.info/iptvplayer
* for Linux: install udpxy (http://udpxy.com/index-en.html, http://sourceforge.net/projects/udpxy/)
* the best solution would be installing udpxy on your WLAN router, this can be done for DD-WRT (http://www.dd-wrt.com) and OpenWrt (https://openwrt.org) firmware
* some WLAN routers have built-in udpxy in manufacturer's firmware


Sometimes m3u files on Android could be deleted by the system. This happens because Android scans sd-card, reads m3u playlists and fixes them by deleting the links to files which could not be found on your sd-card. Since you have URLs instead of files in your playlist, Android thinks that playlist is empty and deletes it. To avoid this just create some folder, place there empty ".nomedia" file and your m3u playlist. After that Android will exclude that folder from scanning and won't touch the playlist.


Alternatively, you can place your playlist to some web server (Dropbox public link is one of the options) and specify its URL in the app.


Please join translations project at https://crowdin.com/project/iptv/invite if you want to add new or improve existing translation.

Jul 23
2015
Version 2.16.0

This is the paid version of IPTV app.

Pro features (comparing with free version):
✔ Ad free
✔ Ability to auto-reconnect to streaming server when connection is closed unexpectedly (http streams only).
✔ Start app on device boot option, useful for set-top boxes.
✔ Extended playlists history


Watch IPTV from your Internet service provider or free live TV channels from any other source in the web.


If you are using VLC to watch TV on your PC then this app is for you.


Features:
✔ M3U and XSPF playlists support
✔ Playlists history
✔ Playing multicast streams with UDP proxy (proxy need to be installed in your LAN)
✔ Ability to auto-reconnect to streaming server when connection is closed unexpectedly (http streams only)
✔ Grid or list view of TV channels
✔ EPG support in XMLTV and JTV formats
✔ Start app on device boot option


Setup instructions:
* First you'll need to input channels list (m3u or xspf playlist), you can get it from your ISP or find free channels list in the web.
* If app asks to setup UDP proxy, please do it, see instructions below.


Installing UDP proxy for multicast streams:
* for Windows: download and install UDP-to-HTTP proxy from http://borpas.info/download/UdpProxy.exe or check the corresponding option while installing IP-TV Player http://borpas.info/iptvplayer
* for Linux: install udpxy (http://udpxy.com/index-en.html, http://sourceforge.net/projects/udpxy/)
* the best solution would be installing udpxy on your WLAN router, this can be done for DD-WRT (http://www.dd-wrt.com) and OpenWrt (https://openwrt.org) firmware
* some WLAN routers have built-in udpxy in manufacturer's firmware


Sometimes m3u files on Android could be deleted by the system. This happens because Android scans sd-card, reads m3u playlists and fixes them by deleting the links to files which could not be found on your sd-card. Since you have URLs instead of files in your playlist, Android thinks that playlist is empty and deletes it. To avoid this just create some folder, place there empty ".nomedia" file and your m3u playlist. After that Android will exclude that folder from scanning and won't touch the playlist.


Alternatively, you can place your playlist to some web server (Dropbox public link is one of the options) and specify its URL in the app.


Please join translations project at https://crowdin.com/project/iptv/invite if you want to add new or improve existing translation.

Jun 10
2015
Version 2.15.0

This is the paid version of IPTV app.

Pro features (comparing with free version):
✔ Ad free
✔ Ability to auto-reconnect to streaming server when connection is closed unexpectedly (http streams only).
✔ Start app on device boot option, useful for set-top boxes.
✔ Extended playlists history


Watch IPTV from your Internet service provider or free live TV channels from any other source in the web.


If you are using VLC to watch TV on your PC then this app is for you.


Features:
✔ M3U and XSPF playlists support
✔ Playlists history
✔ Playing multicast streams with UDP proxy (proxy need to be installed in your LAN)
✔ Ability to auto-reconnect to streaming server when connection is closed unexpectedly (http streams only)
✔ Grid or list view of TV channels
✔ EPG support in XMLTV and JTV formats
✔ Start app on device boot option


Setup instructions:
* First you'll need to input channels list (m3u or xspf playlist), you can get it from your ISP or find free channels list in the web.
* If app asks to setup UDP proxy, please do it, see instructions below.


Installing UDP proxy for multicast streams:
* for Windows: download and install UDP-to-HTTP proxy from http://borpas.info/download/UdpProxy.exe or check the corresponding option while installing IP-TV Player http://borpas.info/iptvplayer
* for Linux: install udpxy (http://udpxy.com/index-en.html, http://sourceforge.net/projects/udpxy/)
* the best solution would be installing udpxy on your WLAN router, this can be done for DD-WRT (http://www.dd-wrt.com) and OpenWrt (https://openwrt.org) firmware
* some WLAN routers have built-in udpxy in manufacturer's firmware


Sometimes m3u files on Android could be deleted by the system. This happens because Android scans sd-card, reads m3u playlists and fixes them by deleting the links to files which could not be found on your sd-card. Since you have URLs instead of files in your playlist, Android thinks that playlist is empty and deletes it. To avoid this just create some folder, place there empty ".nomedia" file and your m3u playlist. After that Android will exclude that folder from scanning and won't touch the playlist.


Alternatively, you can place your playlist to some web server (Dropbox public link is one of the options) and specify its URL in the app.


Please join translations project at https://crowdin.com/project/iptv/invite if you want to add new or improve existing translation.

May 18
2015
Version 2.14.4

This is the paid version of IPTV app.

Pro features (comparing with free version):
✔ Ad free
✔ Ability to auto-reconnect to streaming server when connection is closed unexpectedly (http streams only).
✔ Start app on device boot option, useful for set-top boxes.
✔ Extended playlists history


Watch IPTV from your Internet service provider or free live TV channels from any other source in the web.


If you are using VLC to watch TV on your PC then this app is for you.


Features:
✔ M3U and XSPF playlists support
✔ Playlists history
✔ Playing multicast streams with UDP proxy (proxy need to be installed in your LAN)
✔ Ability to auto-reconnect to streaming server when connection is closed unexpectedly (http streams only)
✔ Grid or list view of TV channels
✔ EPG support in XMLTV and JTV formats
✔ Start app on device boot option


Setup instructions:
* First you'll need to input channels list (m3u or xspf playlist), you can get it from your ISP or find free channels list in the web.
* If app asks to setup UDP proxy, please do it, see instructions below.


Installing UDP proxy for multicast streams:
* for Windows: download and install UDP-to-HTTP proxy from http://borpas.info/download/UdpProxy.exe or check the corresponding option while installing IP-TV Player http://borpas.info/iptvplayer
* for Linux: install udpxy (http://udpxy.com/index-en.html, http://sourceforge.net/projects/udpxy/)
* the best solution would be installing udpxy on your WLAN router, this can be done for DD-WRT (http://www.dd-wrt.com) and OpenWrt (https://openwrt.org) firmware
* some WLAN routers have built-in udpxy in manufacturer's firmware


Sometimes m3u files on Android could be deleted by the system. This happens because Android scans sd-card, reads m3u playlists and fixes them by deleting the links to files which could not be found on your sd-card. Since you have URLs instead of files in your playlist, Android thinks that playlist is empty and deletes it. To avoid this just create some folder, place there empty ".nomedia" file and your m3u playlist. After that Android will exclude that folder from scanning and won't touch the playlist.


Alternatively, you can place your playlist to some web server (Dropbox public link is one of the options) and specify its URL in the app.


Please join translations project at https://crowdin.com/project/iptv/invite if you want to add new or improve existing translation.

Apr 27
2015
Version 2.14.2

This is the paid version of IPTV app.

Pro features (comparing with free version):
✔ Ad free
✔ Ability to auto-reconnect to streaming server when connection is closed unexpectedly (http streams only).
✔ Start app on device boot option, useful for set-top boxes.
✔ Extended playlists history


Watch IPTV from your Internet service provider or free live TV channels from any other source in the web.


If you are using VLC to watch TV on your PC then this app is for you.


Features:
✔ M3U and XSPF playlists support
✔ Playlists history
✔ Playing multicast streams with UDP proxy (proxy need to be installed in your LAN)
✔ Ability to auto-reconnect to streaming server when connection is closed unexpectedly (http streams only)
✔ Grid or list view of TV channels
✔ EPG support in XMLTV and JTV formats
✔ Start app on device boot option


Setup instructions:
* First you'll need to input channels list (m3u or xspf playlist), you can get it from your ISP or find free channels list in the web.
* If app asks to setup UDP proxy, please do it, see instructions below.


Installing UDP proxy for multicast streams:
* for Windows: download and install UDP-to-HTTP proxy from http://borpas.info/download/UdpProxy.exe or check the corresponding option while installing IP-TV Player http://borpas.info/iptvplayer
* for Linux: install udpxy (http://udpxy.com/index-en.html, http://sourceforge.net/projects/udpxy/)
* the best solution would be installing udpxy on your WLAN router, this can be done for DD-WRT (http://www.dd-wrt.com) and OpenWrt (https://openwrt.org) firmware
* some WLAN routers have built-in udpxy in manufacturer's firmware


Sometimes m3u files on Android could be deleted by the system. This happens because Android scans sd-card, reads m3u playlists and fixes them by deleting the links to files which could not be found on your sd-card. Since you have URLs instead of files in your playlist, Android thinks that playlist is empty and deletes it. To avoid this just create some folder, place there empty ".nomedia" file and your m3u playlist. After that Android will exclude that folder from scanning and won't touch the playlist.


Alternatively, you can place your playlist to some web server (Dropbox public link is one of the options) and specify its URL in the app.


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Apr 04
2015
Version 2.14.1

This is the paid version of IPTV app.

Pro features (comparing with free version):
✔ Ad free
✔ Ability to auto-reconnect to streaming server when connection is closed unexpectedly (http streams only).
✔ Start app on device boot option, useful for set-top boxes.
✔ Extended playlists history


Watch IPTV from your Internet service provider or free live TV channels from any other source in the web.


If you are using VLC to watch TV on your PC then this app is for you.


Features:
✔ M3U and XSPF playlists support
✔ Playlists history
✔ Playing multicast streams with UDP proxy (proxy need to be installed in your LAN)
✔ Ability to auto-reconnect to streaming server when connection is closed unexpectedly (http streams only)
✔ Grid or list view of TV channels
✔ EPG support in XMLTV and JTV formats
✔ Start app on device boot option


Setup instructions:
* First you'll need to input channels list (m3u or xspf playlist), you can get it from your ISP or find free channels list in the web.
* If app asks to setup UDP proxy, please do it, see instructions below.


Installing UDP proxy for multicast streams:
* for Windows: download and install UDP-to-HTTP proxy from http://borpas.info/download/UdpProxy.exe or check the corresponding option while installing IP-TV Player http://borpas.info/iptvplayer
* for Linux: install udpxy (http://udpxy.com/index-en.html, http://sourceforge.net/projects/udpxy/)
* the best solution would be installing udpxy on your WLAN router, this can be done for DD-WRT (http://www.dd-wrt.com) and OpenWrt (https://openwrt.org) firmware
* some WLAN routers have built-in udpxy in manufacturer's firmware


Sometimes m3u files on Android could be deleted by the system. This happens because Android scans sd-card, reads m3u playlists and fixes them by deleting the links to files which could not be found on your sd-card. Since you have URLs instead of files in your playlist, Android thinks that playlist is empty and deletes it. To avoid this just create some folder, place there empty ".nomedia" file and your m3u playlist. After that Android will exclude that folder from scanning and won't touch the playlist.


Alternatively, you can place your playlist to some web server (Dropbox public link is one of the options) and specify its URL in the app.


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Feb 13
2015
Version 2.14.0

This is the paid version of IPTV app.

Pro features (comparing with free version):
✔ Ad free
✔ Ability to auto-reconnect to streaming server when connection is closed unexpectedly (http streams only).
✔ Start app on device boot option, useful for set-top boxes.
✔ Extended playlists history


Watch IPTV from your Internet service provider or free live TV channels from any other source in the web.


If you are using VLC to watch TV on your PC then this app is for you.


Features:
✔ M3U and XSPF playlists support
✔ Playlists history
✔ Playing multicast streams with UDP proxy (proxy need to be installed in your LAN)
✔ Ability to auto-reconnect to streaming server when connection is closed unexpectedly (http streams only)
✔ Grid or list view of TV channels
✔ EPG support in XMLTV and JTV formats
✔ Start app on device boot option


Setup instructions:
* First you'll need to input channels list (m3u or xspf playlist), you can get it from your ISP or find free channels list in the web.
* If app asks to setup UDP proxy, please do it, see instructions below.


Installing UDP proxy for multicast streams:
* for Windows: download and install UDP-to-HTTP proxy from http://borpas.info/download/UdpProxy.exe or check the corresponding option while installing IP-TV Player http://borpas.info/iptvplayer
* for Linux: install udpxy (http://udpxy.com/index-en.html, http://sourceforge.net/projects/udpxy/)
* the best solution would be installing udpxy on your WLAN router, this can be done for DD-WRT (http://www.dd-wrt.com) and OpenWrt (https://openwrt.org) firmware
* some WLAN routers have built-in udpxy in manufacturer's firmware


Sometimes m3u files on Android could be deleted by the system. This happens because Android scans sd-card, reads m3u playlists and fixes them by deleting the links to files which could not be found on your sd-card. Since you have URLs instead of files in your playlist, Android thinks that playlist is empty and deletes it. To avoid this just create some folder, place there empty ".nomedia" file and your m3u playlist. After that Android will exclude that folder from scanning and won't touch the playlist.


Alternatively, you can place your playlist to some web server (Dropbox public link is one of the options) and specify its URL in the app.


Please join translations project at https://crowdin.com/project/iptv/invite if you want to add new or improve existing translation.

Dec 17
2014
Version 2.13.2

This is the paid version of IPTV app.

Pro features (comparing with free version):
✔ Ad free
✔ Ability to auto-reconnect to streaming server when connection is closed unexpectedly (http streams only).
✔ Start app on device boot option, useful for set-top boxes.
✔ Extended playlists history


Watch IPTV from your Internet service provider or free live TV channels from any other source in the web.


If you are using VLC to watch TV on your PC then this app is for you.


Features:
✔ M3U and XSPF playlists support
✔ Playlists history
✔ Playing multicast streams with UDP proxy (proxy need to be installed in your LAN)
✔ Ability to auto-reconnect to streaming server when connection is closed unexpectedly (http streams only)
✔ Grid or list view of TV channels
✔ EPG support in XMLTV and JTV formats
✔ Start app on device boot option


Setup instructions:
* First you'll need to input channels list (m3u or xspf playlist), you can get it from your ISP or find free channels list in the web.
* If app asks to setup UDP proxy, please do it, see instructions below.


Installing UDP proxy for multicast streams:
* for Windows: download and install UDP-to-HTTP proxy from http://borpas.info/download/UdpProxy.exe or check the corresponding option while installing IP-TV Player http://borpas.info/iptvplayer
* for Linux: install udpxy (http://udpxy.com/index-en.html, http://sourceforge.net/projects/udpxy/)
* the best solution would be installing udpxy on your WLAN router, this can be done for DD-WRT (http://www.dd-wrt.com) and OpenWrt (https://openwrt.org) firmware
* some WLAN routers have built-in udpxy in manufacturer's firmware


Sometimes m3u files on Android could be deleted by the system. This happens because Android scans sd-card, reads m3u playlists and fixes them by deleting the links to files which could not be found on your sd-card. Since you have URLs instead of files in your playlist, Android thinks that playlist is empty and deletes it. To avoid this just create some folder, place there empty ".nomedia" file and your m3u playlist. After that Android will exclude that folder from scanning and won't touch the playlist.


Alternatively, you can place your playlist to some web server (Dropbox public link is one of the options) and specify its URL in the app.


Please join translations project at https://crowdin.com/project/iptv/invite if you want to add new or improve existing translation.

Dec 15
2014
Version 2.13.1

This is the paid version of IPTV app.

Pro features (comparing with free version):
✔ Ad free
✔ Ability to auto-reconnect to streaming server when connection is closed unexpectedly (http streams only).
✔ Start app on device boot option, useful for set-top boxes.
✔ Extended playlists history


Watch IPTV from your Internet service provider or free live TV channels from any other source in the web.


If you are using VLC to watch TV on your PC then this app is for you.


Features:
✔ M3U and XSPF playlists support
✔ Playlists history
✔ Playing multicast streams with UDP proxy (proxy need to be installed in your LAN)
✔ Ability to auto-reconnect to streaming server when connection is closed unexpectedly (http streams only)
✔ Grid or list view of TV channels
✔ EPG support in XMLTV and JTV formats
✔ Start app on device boot option


Setup instructions:
* First you'll need to input channels list (m3u or xspf playlist), you can get it from your ISP or find free channels list in the web.
* If app asks to setup UDP proxy, please do it, see instructions below.


Installing UDP proxy for multicast streams:
* for Windows: download and install UDP-to-HTTP proxy from http://borpas.info/download/UdpProxy.exe or check the corresponding option while installing IP-TV Player http://borpas.info/iptvplayer
* for Linux: install udpxy (http://udpxy.com/index-en.html, http://sourceforge.net/projects/udpxy/)
* the best solution would be installing udpxy on your WLAN router, this can be done for DD-WRT (http://www.dd-wrt.com) and OpenWrt (https://openwrt.org) firmware
* some WLAN routers have built-in udpxy in manufacturer's firmware


Sometimes m3u files on Android could be deleted by the system. This happens because Android scans sd-card, reads m3u playlists and fixes them by deleting the links to files which could not be found on your sd-card. Since you have URLs instead of files in your playlist, Android thinks that playlist is empty and deletes it. To avoid this just create some folder, place there empty ".nomedia" file and your m3u playlist. After that Android will exclude that folder from scanning and won't touch the playlist.


Alternatively, you can place your playlist to some web server (Dropbox public link is one of the options) and specify its URL in the app.

Nov 12
2014
Version 2.12.1

This is the paid version of IPTV app.

Pro features (comparing with free version):
✔ Ad free
✔ Ability to auto-reconnect to streaming server when connection is closed unexpectedly (http streams only).
✔ Start app on device boot option, useful for set-top boxes.
✔ Extended playlists history


Watch IPTV from your Internet service provider or free live TV channels from any other source in the web.


If you are using VLC to watch TV on your PC then this app is for you.


Features:
✔ M3U and XSPF playlists support
✔ Playlists history
✔ Playing multicast streams with UDP proxy (proxy need to be installed in your LAN)
✔ Ability to auto-reconnect to streaming server when connection is closed unexpectedly (http streams only)
✔ Grid or list view of TV channels
✔ EPG support in XMLTV and JTV formats
✔ Start app on device boot option


Setup instructions:
* First you'll need to input channels list (m3u or xspf playlist), you can get it from your ISP or find free channels list in the web.
* If app asks to setup UDP proxy, please do it, see instructions below.


Installing UDP proxy for multicast streams:
* for Windows: download and install UDP-to-HTTP proxy from http://borpas.info/download/UdpProxy.exe or check the corresponding option while installing IP-TV Player http://borpas.info/iptvplayer
* for Linux: install udpxy (http://udpxy.com/index-en.html, http://sourceforge.net/projects/udpxy/)
* the best solution would be installing udpxy on your WLAN router, this can be done for DD-WRT (http://www.dd-wrt.com) and OpenWrt (https://openwrt.org) firmware
* some WLAN routers have built-in udpxy in manufacturer's firmware


Sometimes m3u files on Android could be deleted by the system. This happens because Android scans sd-card, reads m3u playlists and fixes them by deleting the links to files which could not be found on your sd-card. Since you have URLs instead of files in your playlist, Android thinks that playlist is empty and deletes it. To avoid this just create some folder, place there empty ".nomedia" file and your m3u playlist. After that Android will exclude that folder from scanning and won't touch the playlist.


Alternatively, you can place your playlist to some web server (Dropbox public link is one of the options) and specify its URL in the app.

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