You TV Player is a secure application even if it is not in the official app store, Google Play. An app may not be found there for various reasons, either because the developers did not want to publish it there, or because it does not meet the requirements of Mountain View.
There is nothing to indicate that this application is a risk for users. All the applications you download from Malavida have been scanned with dozens of different antivirus programs. Therefore, using You TV Player does not imply the inclusion of spyware or malware. We always offer the latest, and therefore safest, version. This avoids downloading versions that, at the time, could have had security flaws, and therefore, the possibility of seeing the integrity of your device or your data compromised.
To install You TV Player on your Android device, you will need to provide the necessary permissions to install it in the Settings section of your device, within Security, and then, in Unknown Sources. If you have Android 8.0 or higher, these permissions will have to be granted to the browser used for the download at the same time you run the installation.
For the application to work, you will have to register, either with your Google account, Facebook or with your email. We do not know the destination and treatment of the data made by the application, and therefore, we cannot verify if they are in a compromised situation. In any case, they are the ones that practically any app requires, although it never hurts to pay attention to them. On the other hand, some multimedia content apps may be in the limbo of legality, and with it, your security may be compromised. This does not appear to be the case, as it acts as a simple compilation of broadcasts available on the Internet and is not directly responsible.
The use made of the app by users has not reported any kind of problem, data theft, or compromised situation. Therefore, it can be said that it is completely safe as long as you take the necessary precautions in the use of your device.