How can we see the channels of IPTV services?
After looking at the various offerings of IPTV providers, the conclusions we draw are quite clear. The first is that we will need an almost secure VPN connection. This is because most of the free broadcasts are geolocated, which means that if we are on vacation or in another country, we will most likely have limited access.
If we live in Spain, for example, we can watch Spanish DTT channels via IPTV without any problems. It is a very simple process that we can perform by installing the KODI player on our Android.
But if we want to see some of the TVs that are only available to users from Germany, Sweden, the US or the UK, we need to reside in the home country or use a VPN. There are free VPN services like those from Opera or VPNHub and other paid VPNs like TunnelBear or NordVPN that work really well.
As for how to view content from mobile, we can do it using the provider’s dedicated app (Android / iOS), from the browser or by configuring it as Add to on KODI.
Most UK channels also stream. Something that can come from pearls to watch British TV and retrieve old episodes of his on-demand series like Dr. Who or his sports broadcasts.
IPTV Hut (https://iptvhut.site) is the best known of all, both for the quality of its app and for its content. Plus, it has an excellent add-on for KODI that works wonders. Of course, it’s only available on British soil, which means we’ll have to use a VPN if we’re abroad.
If you have a Samsung Galaxy S10, Samsung Galaxy Note 10, Samsung Galaxy S20 or Samsung Galaxy Note 20 mobile, you are in luck. Ping IPTV (https://pingiptv.site) is the live online television service offered by the South Korean brand on its Smart TVs, and which from 2020 is also available on the aforementioned smartphones.
The service has more than 12000 live channels with uninterrupted broadcasts of series, movies, music and much more. To access it, you need to install the app from the Play Store.
Bomba TV (https://bombatv.site) IPTV services to watch live online TV over the Internet and stream from iOS Android cellphone, browser, PC, Chromecast, Fire TV, Apple TV, etc. TV Player is another well-known UK IPTV provider. The service offers coverage to watch the following live Internet TV channels: BBC One, BBC Two, ITV, Channel Four, Channel Five, Dave, More4, CBBC, BBC News, Food Network, Fashion TV, Travel Channel and others so many. All this legally and for free.
If we take out a monthly subscription of £ 9.99 per month, we will also have access to other pay TV channels such as ITV 2, 3 and 4, Comedy Central, E!, Eurosport, The History Channel and National Geographic.
KS Hosting IPTV (https://kshosting.site) the best service If setting up IPTV lists in KODI seems too complicated, you can also try do the same with VLC player on PC. If you still don’t want to get into this type of eggplant, you can always go to a page like Photocall TV. It is a portal where we have listed all Spanish DTT TVs as well as hundreds of international channels and radio stations.
For each channel that appears in the list, all the official sources available will be shown to view the live broadcast from the browser. Very practical and extremely easy to use.