The Best Apps for a TV Experience On The Go!
Awesome Live TV Apps:
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With our lives getting busier every day, we are always keen to watch our favorite shows as they help us relax and give us our quota of entertainment. So the best way is to watch them while you are commuting or have some spare time. So here’s some information about top Indian TV channel apps for free. Live TV channels apps provide you the choice of watching your favorite drama serials, live cricket matches or any other show you watch on TV.
nexGTv is a popular app for live TV (Indian channels) that automatically detects your mobile and decides the best quality of the video for your smartphone. This app has an awesome user interface. For high-end devices, it even serves HD quality resolution. nexGTv has more than 90 + live channels streaming for you along with many regional channels. You can easily enable or disable TV channels, and drag to change position of a channel to set your favorite channels first in the queue. You also can set event reminders for your favorite upcoming programs. Some other notable features of this app are the movies section and ‘channel replay’!
An app which has 100+ plus channels, of which, most of them can be viewed live in a fantastic streaming experience. Moreover, this is the only app which has National Geographic in HD. It has a bank of the latest and most popular Hindi movies and daily soaps. It is compatible with Andriod, iOS and Windows.
Watch live streaming of the latest regional and national TV shows. A wide range of channels across genres & languages: Hindi or any regional language(Bengali, Marathi, Punjabi, Telgu, Tamil etc.). It has a bank of more than 1000 Bollywood movies and you can also watch on-demand TV shows. It is compatible with iOS & Android.
Myplex is a fun and engaging entertainment service offering a wide and varied selection of Movies, TV Shows and Live TV channels. It is available on Windows OS with a collection of Hollywood and Hindi movies.
So, let the fun begin!!
by techtalks @TechTalks February 16, 2015 12:48 PM UTC