Freeview Makes Its Streaming App Available On Android Tablets

Freeview Makes Its Streaming App Available On Android Tablets

Freeview FV, the world’s first free-to-air TV live streaming app, is now available for download on Android tablets.

The Android tablet app is available through the Google Play store and adds to the existing iOS iPhone, iPad, and Android phone versions launched in November last year.

Freeview CEO Liz Ross said the update was the latest development for the platform in expanding its delivery of free-to-air TV content.

“Freeview FV is a great way for consumers to access their favourite content, anytime, anywhere, and we’re pleased to be able to roll out the app on Android tablets, giving consumers even more choice and flexibility in how they choose to watch their TV,” she said.

“We’ve seen a really great response to Freeview FV since the launch last November, as users make the most of the app’s live and catch-up content to stream news and entertainment on their morning commute, or their favourite TV programs in the evening.”

Freeview FV delivers live streaming of 20 free-to-air TV channels and the catch-up content from all networks.




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