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6 best Android TV apps

What are the best Android apps for following your favourite TV shows? We take a look

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Although many users solely use Netflix for it’s movie collection, it does have a wide selection of TV shows to watch. As well as including many classic TV series from the past few decades, there’s plenty of new shows and also some Netflix exclusive shows for users to enjoy and watch.

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Instead of watching TV, why not create your own TV channel? With the app users can record anything on their desktop computer or smartphone and distribute it into the world. Some advanced users have created entire TV channels from scratch by simply using this app.

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As far as second screen apps go, you’ll be hard pressed to find anything better than Zeebox. Not only can you set reminders to notify you of when your favourite programmes are on, you can also comment on specific storylines or take part in user-created quizzes whenever you like.

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Even though Netflix may have a larger backlog of TV shows to watch, Viki boasts an impressive scheduling system enabling users to queue up all the episodes of a show they want to watch. Fans of world TV will also find plenty of Asian and Central American shows on offer to watch as well.

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With monthly updates expanding the Crackle library of TV shows constantly, you’ll always find something new to watch here. One of the best reasons to check out the Crackle app however, is to check out the array of kid TV shows that the app includes for the whole family to enjoy.

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TV Guide

If you need a bit of TV scheduling, then check out the TV Guide app. Here you can see what’s coming up on channels all over the world, as well as set a reminder to notify you of when a specific programme is on. There’s also information about episodes and programmes you’re unfamiliar with.

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