As the famous Terrarium TV IPTV stream app went offline it may be the perfect time to opt for an alternative.
Is the app gone forever?
Yes. Users have observed that the app wasn’t updated often, and the developer recently announced that it will close down the app, advising users to uninstall it. Fear not, as we have already compiled a list of great alternatives from which you can choose.
While there are a variety of apps that allow you to stream video content, many of them use pirated materials and in some cases your ISP may fine you if such apps are outlawed. This is why our list only contains legal apps which are safe to use, even if some ask for a subscription.
fuboTV is a great service for sports fans, as US residents can acquire access to over 100 channels. The service offers a lot of variety as you choose between FOX Sports, NBC Sports, NBA TV and several famous sport channels. You will also be able to watch local TV posts and when you get bored entertainment alternatives like FX, SYFY and AMC are also at your disposal.
The price: 45$ for the basic 80 channels pack or $50 for the full package per month.
Sling TV is one of the most popular IPTV services right now, offering 2 basic packages and a generous add-on option.
If you opt for Sling Orange, you will enjoy 28 channels, with a focus on sports and entertainment. The Sling Blue pack is more varied at more than forty channels, which include popular channels like Fox Sports, but also favorites like Comedy Central, History and AMC.
The price: $25 for one basic pack or $40 for both. For an extra $5 you gain access to a 20-hours DVR option and the ability to stream on multiple devices at the same time. Both prices are per month.
This IPTV alternative may not be free like classic Youtube, but it offers a real bang for your buck. The service includes 3 simultaneous streams, six distinct user profiles per account and unlimited DVR (which will keep that missed special show up to nine months). These features top a 60+ channels selection which includes ESPN, the CW, AMC and BBC America to name a few and you can also to add Showtime and HBO to the mix.
The price: $40 per month
Philo is an IPTV focused on entertainment and it does its job well. A subscription will net you access to the Paramount Networks channel pack, Discovery channel , AMC, Comedy Central and much more. It also includes a 30-day unlimited DVR feature, a large selection of on-demand show, a remarkable 72-hour rewind option for all live TB channels and you can stream content on several devices at the same time. The only major drawback is the lack of sports channels, but the price makes up for it.
The price: $16 for the basic pack. You can opt for a $20 pack which gives you additional channels. Both prices are per month
Hulu also offers an IPTV option. The service gives access to over 60 channels, a 50 hours DVR option, 2 simultaneous streams and optional add-ons. Among the channels included you can find NBC, ABC, CBS, FOX and many more.
The price: $40 per month.
Similar to Hulu and Sling TV, PS Vue has one feature that sets it apart: it is one of the few IPTV services that allow you to play it through a Kodi add-on. You can opt for a 45+ channel pack or a 90+ channel pack and the service also includes cloud DVR, up to six simultaneous streams and the ability to create several user profiles.
The price: $45 for the basic pack or $80 for the complete pack per month.
Direct TV now has been on the rise lately as its cheapest pack offers access to 65+ varied channels, from sports to cartoons and it also includes a 20-hour DR option and simultaneous streaming on two devices.
The price: 35$ for the basic pack, with several larger pack available.
If diversity is what you want Pluto has you covered. You can explore a selection of more than 100 channels were you can find almost everything you may want, including sports, movies and cartoons. An optimized Kodi add-on is also available.
Price: completely free
Xumo offers many of the channels already found on Pluto TV but it also has some additional options that set it apart, like a dedicated science-fiction channel.
The price: completely free
It may not be famous, but USTV will let you watch channels like FOC, NBC, CBS and ABC for free, and a paid option is also available if you want twenty additional channels.
The price: free, with an optional $20 monthly pack.
Henry Lares is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already had his work published in many major publications including Tech Crunch and the Huffington Post. In regards to academics, Henry earned an engineering degree from Apex Technical School. Henry has a passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.