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LiveNetTV gave us one of our better experiences when using a free live TV streaming app. We were pleasantly surprised that of its 800 channels most of the ones we tried actually worked – even the high-quality UK channels!
Ok, so the quality isn’t great but it’s certainly passable, and what’s more, it’s free!
The app features content from all over the world with a huge selection of Movies from Asia. They have recently added a VOD section that our team found interesting. The quality of the streams for the English movies was fantastic and rather than make a choice from a selection of links, it was a simple click and play. The list of titles on offer was unusually varied. We found a stream for 12 Angry Men that we hadn’t before now seen on any other apps.
Overall, we were quite pleased with what we discovered with LiveNetTV. The streams were reliable and the content varied even if the same advert appearing over and over again was pointless and irritating. There’s no doubt in our collective minds that LiveNetTV is a decent live TV streaming app that would be worth your time.
There are more channels on this app then you can shake a Firestick at. It predominantly covers Asian countries but Europe and North America are well represented. We were mightily impressed by the scale of the sports content and most of the time the links we selected were available. It’s rare that a free TV app provides passable links for sports content, but Live Net has proven to be the exception.
The new VOD section, hopefully still being worked on now, has an unclear and confusing collection of English movies that to our mind have seemingly been cobbled together. Still, it’s worth a look, you never know what you might find in there!
All things considered, the team here can’t really fault LiveNetTV. For a free app that provides links for as many channels as it does the performance is good. We can all complain about picture quality but these developers are providing steady links, free of charge. Now we believe that’s a good deal in anyone’s book.
The VOD section, despite the unusual mix of old and obscure titles, (you won’t find anything from the Official Film Chart.) worked brilliantly. It was a simple case of us choosing a film and pressing play. Playback was virtually instant and the quality superb.
We thought this was a pretty smart app. It’s pleasing to the eye, easy to navigate and has built-in chat support that we seldom see in other free apps. And it works. We asked a simple question about a particular film, and we received an answer within an hour or two. Ok, so it’s not super-quick but we were still impressed.
The channels are sensibly grouped by country, but there isn’t a TV schedule or EPG, so if you want to stream your club’s next footy match, you’ll need to do some research ahead of time to find the right channel. That really is a small price to pay though for free football.