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Television has evolved so much, and now there are plenty of ways to watch TV without even having a TV subscription. Now you can watch TV on your mobile devices without any cable connection. Here are some best TV and live TV apps for Android.


AT&T TV is an excellent TV app whose lowest tier features 65 live TV channels, and the highest tier boasts more than 140 channels of live television. It provides you with decent streaming quality along with a huge channel selection. The highest tier is quite expensive, but you get excellent channel selection with it. The app even provides 500 hours of cloud DVR, along with a selection of premier channels. It has some bug issues, so I recommend you try its free version before taking its subscription. However, the monthly subscription will cost you between $59.99 and up to $129.99.


Hulu is another excellent live TV app that features many older shows and older seasons of currently running shows and movies. The app even offers live TV services. It is undoubtedly a great app, but it’s not available for free to use. It will cost you between $7.99 and $39.99 per month, but I would suggest you try its free trial version before buying any of the app’s subscription plans.

Pluto TV

Pluto TV is another pretty decent live TV app that boasts more than 100 live TV channels along with thousands of movies. It even features Chromecast support, a decent UI, support for Android TV, tools to omit expensive channels so that you won’t need to pay huge fees, and many more things. It is a fantastic app available entirely for free to use.

Sling TV

Sling TV is undoubtedly one of the best live TV apps. The app is very customizable too, and it offers you a variety of content to consume, including various stuff for kids, comedy, HBO, sports, and many others. It even has support for Chromecast. The app is not very stable and a little bit buggy too. But still, you can use it. The monthly subscription charges for this app are between $20 and $25. It even gives you a free trial, so check the app carefully before you buy its subscription.

Sony Crackle

Sony Crackle is an excellent option for video streaming. The app provides you with a variety of TV shows, movies, and various other content. The app’s user interface is quite impressive, and the selection of content is not bad either. But the Sony Crackle’s Android TV version is quite awful and contains some bugs that should be fixed soon. The best thing about this app is that it is entirely available for free to use, so I recommend you to try it.

So these are all the TV and live TV apps for Android that we recommend you to try. I hope you liked the article. Thank you for reading it.

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