Live TV on your phone?
How about video on the go?
The question is not just a question of preference, but of how many channels you watch.
There are a lot of great live video apps for Android that are capable of streaming live video from your phone to the screen of your television.
But there’s also a ton of competition.
Some live TV apps are free, some require a paid subscription, and others require the purchase of a subscription.
Here’s a roundup of the best apps for live streaming from your Android device to your television in the Google Play Store.1.
Kodi LiveTV If you’re looking for an app that’s really free to use, but offers a great variety of features, Kodi Live TV is your best bet.
Live TV streaming is a big deal for Kodi Live, as the TV streaming service offers both traditional and mobile apps.
Kodi has a huge catalog of video streams, but you can watch almost anything.
Kodi provides access to your device’s memory, a list of all your apps, and a simple interface that lets you choose from more than a dozen live video options.
For more, see our guide to live TV.2.
Roku LiveTV Roku Live TV has a lot going for it.
You can watch videos, stream music, and access content across a wide variety of devices.
It’s also available on Roku TV, Roku’s streaming media center, and the Roku App store.
Roku has a large selection of video and music apps that are also available for streaming on other devices, including Android and iOS devices.3.
Plex LiveTV Plex Live TV offers a lot for its $2.99 per month subscription fee.
You’ll get all the streaming and music features of Kodi Live on your television, plus a variety of other live TV options.
Plex also includes a Plex Live app for iOS, Android, and other devices.
Plex offers a subscription-based service that also includes access to thousands of live video channels.4.
XBMC LiveTV XB, the new Plex TV channel, has the largest library of live TV on the market.
You get the most popular Plex Live videos as well as access to a variety and quality of Plex content, including documentaries, music, gaming, sports, and more.
Xb offers a wide selection of streaming options, and its Live TV apps include everything from music, sports to sports and news.5.
Plex Mobile Plex Mobile is a Plex TV app that has been designed to be as simple as possible.
Plex allows you to access your TV through your mobile device.
Plex has a built-in mobile app that supports a wide array of devices including Android, iOS, and Windows Phones.
You also can stream directly to your Plex TV.6.
Amazon Video Now Amazon Video now has a ton more live video content available than it did a year ago, and now has more channels available than ever before.
The Amazon Video app is the most advanced of any live video app.
It lets you watch live TV for free, with no subscription required.
The app also offers multiple apps to watch different types of content, such as sports, news, documentaries, and documentaries on demand.7.
Plex TV Plex TV is a free streaming video app with a subscription, which can be purchased at the Plex TV Store.
Plex is available on Android and Windows devices, with more supported devices to come soon.8.
Hulu Plus Hulu Plus has a very diverse selection of live streaming TV available for a very low price.
The Hulu Plus app includes multiple channels and is the easiest way to find a new channel on your TV.9.
Chromecast A Chromecast is a USB-powered streaming device that lets users stream content to their Android device from their computer or iOS device.
Chromecasts are a popular alternative to traditional cord-cutting devices, but they are also useful for those who are interested in getting more live TV than they would normally get from cable or satellite.10.
LiveTV LiveTV is the simplest way to watch live video, and it’s also the easiest to get started.
Live TV streams from your smartphone or tablet to the TV’s HDTV remote.
It can also be used as a desktop or laptop app.
The live streaming services listed here are available on the GooglePlay Store.
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