You hear more and more often that IPTV is the future of television. It has to be said that television has already lost ground with the advent of the Internet and Netflix. This new method of accessing all television programs via an Internet connection or 4G coverage comes at the right time to revolutionize habits a bit. But before you think about investing your income in such a project, you need to know how it works. In this article we will answer all your questions about this system.

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What is the IPTV sUBSCRIPTION IN 2022?

With this service, you can watch TV channels over the Internet. You don’t need satellite or cable for this, just an ADSL, fiber or 4G broadband connection. You can use this service on all connected devices. From smartphones to Samsung or LG smart TVs and tablets, you’ll be able to access a wide range of channels if you have the right equipment. Besides, the service is not limited to a specific geographic, which means that reception is possible anywhere in the world.

Video on Demand (VOD)

VOD stands for “video on demand.” In French, it means “video on demand”. It is certainly one of the most popular forms of IPTV. Here, the user has the option of selecting the content he or she wants to watch. But that’s not all. Not only is there the option to rewind, but also to record live broadcasts to watch later.


This form of IPTV is similar to traditional television. Programs are watched live on the Internet and played back in real time on TV channels. Therefore, there is no way to go back. This process is used, for example, to watch sporting events.


Many online platforms offer this type of service. However, the offers are not similar. Do not hesitate to compare them before making a decision. With most providers, you can choose your subscription and enjoy all the benefits that come with it. Of course, the more options the subscription includes, the more you will pay.


Molotov.TV is a legal IPTV service that is available in the store, but there are also IPTV servers that are completely illegal, that is, that do not pay for broadcasting rights. You need to know what you are buying and from who as well. You should buy your IPTV subscription from a trustful IPTV services’ provider.

Now that you have an idea of what an IPTV service is, let’s see how Internet TV works.



    How does IPTV work?

    To access channels on connected devices, you need a smart TV with an Internet connection and, of course, an IPTV subscription in 2022. If your TV can’t connect to the Internet, you need to connect it to an IPTV service and that’s it.

    There are mainly 3 forms of IPTV: VOD, IPTV live and catch-up TV.

    Installation of IPTV subscription on Android devices (smartphone, Talette, BOX TV):

    On Android you have a plethora of apps available in the PlayStore, whether free or paid, you are spoiled for choice. However, we have selected two free and easy-to-use apps for those who don’t want to rack their brains to search and test the best app, these 2 apps are called Perfect Player IPTV or XTREAM IPTV, follow these small steps for each app:

    Perfect Player IPTV:

    On your Android device, go to PlayStore, search for Perfect Player IPTV app and download it.

    When you launch the app, press the scroll wheel as in the picture to access the app settings, select “Main” and then “Playlist 1”.

    When you return to the app interface, all channels are loaded and you just need to enjoy your subscription.

    You can find the best IPTV players on our IPTV store (here)


    On your Android device, search for the XTREAM IPTV app in our IPTV store and download it.

    When you fully install the app, you’ll need to enter the URL, username and password of your subscription (this information will be sent to you after purchase).

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    You’ll go directly to the menu with the different channel lists and the VOD list (movies and series) and you just have to select your program. If you have faced any kind of difficulties, contact us.