Getting Free Live TV For Android

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How many of us have been sitting on a train envying the person next to us because they are watching their favourite programme or film on their portable device? Well now you can find out exactly how you can watch live TV from your Android device.

It’s all about making the most of your mobile phone and to do this you need to have the right apps!no preview

Here are the best apps for you to enjoy live television for the wonderful price of nothing…


Zattoo is an app that brings international and national television straight to your mobile device so you can enjoy it whilst on the move. The app is available in seven countries including the UK and is pretty fast at streaming programmes in good quality. To use the app you do need to create a Zattoo account but this takes less than a minute so you can be watching your favourite programmes immediately. The app isn’t perfect but it works well enough for you to enjoy.

BBC iPlayer

The BBC iPlayer app is brilliant for streaming high quality live TV from BBC channels 1, 2 3 and 4. You must ensure that you either have a 3G connection or a Wifi connection for it to work at a high speed. What’s great about this app is that you can personalise it to meet your needs – so you can put your preferences in “favourites”


Sky Go

Sky Go has created an App that can be used for Androids that enables Sky subscribers to access live broadcasts from the five Sky sports channels. Users are also able to access films straight from their mobile phone. This is a great app and perfect for sport fanatics that can’t miss a match!

There are thousands of android apps being developed everyday, it can be hard to keep up! Of course not all of the live tv channel apps are completely reliable however many do provide a successful live stream so you can watch your programmes at the same time as the rest of the world!

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