RedBox TV Android

1.2

RedBox TV includes hundreds of TV channels from the UK, USA, Pakistan, and many more countries that you can watch online from your Android smartphone

9/10 (68 Votes)

Watching TV is no longer an entertainment activity that we can only carry out when at home. There are hundreds of platforms and applications that allow us to watch our favorite TV programs whenever and wherever we want on our mobile devices.

RedBox TV for Android, for instance, is a platform that broadcasts the signal of over 1,000 channels from 15 different countries, totally free of charge. It comes along with an easy-to-use app, organized by tabs in which we only have to scroll through the channels to choose one to start watching (after viewing a couple of adverts, of course).

Main features of RedBox TV

  • Channels sorted by categories: sports, science, kids, religion...
  • There are channels from 15 different countries: India, Pakistan, Malaysia, South India, Arabic countries, UK, USA, France, Germany, Australia...
  • The application plays the signal of the channels by means of external players and is compatible with the majority of user favorites: MX Player, VLC Media Player, Web Player, 321 Player...
  • Material for all audiences and age groups: kids can watch cartoons, you can watch the final of the Champions League, or you can sit down with your girlfriend to watch a movie, for instance.

Requirements and additional information:
  • Minimum operating system requirements: Android 4.2.
  • The installation of the app by means of the APK file requires the activation of the "Unknown sources" option within Settings>Applications.
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User opinions

  • Hi jennaamerson, the only way to use it on Windows is through an Android emulator of the likes of BlueStacks. Hope that helps!

  • Redbox TV is nice, now I am a fan of it and using on My Android Device. Can I use it on my Windows? if yes How? Please share me the details.

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