List of the best IPTV apps for Linux

List of the best IPTV apps for Linux

The list with best IPTV apps for Linux that you can find is the following:

  • Kodi: of course, one of the best. A complete multimedia center with which to watch IPTV and much more, since it has a large number of functions and addons to extend its capabilities.
  • FreeTUXTV- one of the best for IPTV for Linux. Available in up to 21 languages ​​and with options to record content for later viewing. To start using it, you just have to download and install the program, find the m3u URL of the playlist you want to see, open the app, insert the link and press Search …
  • IPTVx: This open source app is specially designed for IPTV on Linux. It is written in C, and is different in some respects from others. The user can also save content as in the previous one. As for the use, it is very easy, you just have to download and install, open the app, look for the EPG section and there you can search for the channels you want.
  • Miro: is another IPTV player available for Linux. It has many interesting functions, but perhaps the most notable is that it allows you to handle many video formats without causing problems and with HD content. You just have to download it, install it, open the app, find the m3u link you want to see, and put it in the app to start watching the channels.
  • VLC: As you know, the multimedia player is one of the most powerful and complete, and it is available for Linux. And among its functions, it also supports ITPV. Download, install, open the app, go to Media, Open network location, insert the URL from the list, and Play.
  • Ubuntu tv: it is an operating system with a very friendly interface, very simple for those looking for comfort. Just download, install, open, select what you want to see and that’s it …
  • tvheadend: is another option you have for streaming video. It also supports recording, and you can manage it through a web interface once you have it installed if you go from your web browser to http: // [your-ip]: 9981 /, substituting [your-ip] for your address. For example, http.//192.168.1.2:9981.
  • IPTVnator: Although many are not fans of Electron for obvious reasons, here is another app based on it and compatible with IPTV lists (m3u, m3u8). It has a very simple interface that you will know how to manage from the first moment without problems.

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