Get Started with IPTV – Stream Today with 4 simple steps


IPTV has been a great solution for millions of cord-cutters around the world, it brings more value than what any Cable TV company can provide at a fraction of the price, and it adds on top of that the freedom to stream your favorite channels using any device from anywhere in the world

if this is your first time streaming IPTV, you’re in the right place and by the end of this guide, you will be able to stream all of your favorite channels within 30 min from now.

you will notice that I have broken down this guide into steps to make it easy for you to know what exactly to do in each stage, fell free to skip any part your have done already.


getting an IPTV subscription from a well-known and stable provider is the most important step when streaming IPTV because it will determine how your streaming experience will be.

IPTV providers come in all shapes and sizes what matters the most is choosing the one that works best for you by starting with your own needs, these are the most important things you need to look for when choosing your IPTV provider.

  • do they offer the channels you’re looking for?
  • what people have said about them.
  • and what is their refund policy/trial period to make sure the service will work for you. 

Note: we have a full guide on how to choose the best IPTV provider for your needs click on this link to read more about it.

Important note: always have a subscription with two different providers one for primary use and the other as a backup because IPTV relies on servers to deliver the stream and there are many things that can block the connection like maintenance, attacks on the server, or an overload.

having two subscriptions will ensure you’re always connected and you can switch between the providers any time one of them start getting technical difficulties which depending on how good you provider/ difficult the problem can take from a few hours to a couple of days to get back to normal. 

I personally use:

  • IPTV EROS: as a primary provider.
  • IPTV..: as a backup server (they didn’t want their name to be posted publicly).

I recommend those because I rarely run into issues with them, but I will always recommend you do your own research and look for what works best for you.


a VPN subscription has become a must when streaming IPTV, more ISPs around the world start to apply more restrictions and throttle the connection on popular IPTV providers.

using a reliable VPN service is a vital step, luckily we have a full guide on what to look for when getting a VPN subscription for IPTV you can check it from this link Best VPN Subscription for IPTV.

I always recommend NordVPN since it’s the one I have been using for the past 2 years and it has good encryption to bypass the restrictions, if you don’t already have one you can get it from the following link.

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you’re most likely already have a compatible device since IPTV can run on a wide range of devices and operating systems this includes Android ( TV & phones ), IOS ( iPhone & Tablet ), LG TV ( WebOS ), Samsung TV ( Tizen OS ), Macbooks/iMac ( MAC OS ), Apple TV, Windows ( 7, 8 & 10 ), MAG BOX ( All of them ) and the list goes on and on…

if you have a TV that doesn’t run on Android such as Samsung and LG I will highly recommend getting a streaming device like a Firestick or Nvidia Shield which will allow you to get access to better IPTV players and will give you the ability to set up the VPN from the device itself which is not supported on Tizen or WebOS.

this is a list of the best streaming devices alongside some information on what will work best for your needs.

  • Firestick 4k or chrome cast with Google TV ( best option for 90% of users since it come with an affordable price )
  • Nvidia Sheild. ( if you want to do Gaming alongside the streaming )
  • there’re other ANdroid Boxes like Formuler Z8.. but I think a firestick will do th same job at about half of the price. 


you now have a subscription with an IPTV provider and already downloaded the VPN on your device. all that is left to do is installing the IPTV player to start streaming the channels and VOD.

an IPTV player is an app that has the functionality to connect to your IPTV provider using either the M3u link, Xtream Codes API, or the portal link ( Stalker ).

it is an important step to choose the one that you like the most because the IPTV player is what determine how the user interface. 

IPTV players are available based on your device operating system, on our blog we have covered many popular IPTV players ( Free & Paid ) to help you with the setup , all articles have screenshots and images to make it easier for you to follow along.

you can select your device/operating system below by clicking on the matching box image and you will be redirected to the proper installation guide.


20 mbps and above the faster the better, never go with 5 mbps in speed all you will get is the buffering no matter how good your IPTV provider is.

that depends on the operating system you have because not all IPTV players available on every single operating system.

on our setup guides, you will find some recommendations on what we think is the best IPTV player for that particular operating system.

you need first to download an app ( IPTV player ) which will allow you to connect to your provider server using your account info which they will send you. 

there is no such thing it all comes to what works best for you and by that I mean do they provide what you need.

I tend to choose my providers by checking the following.

  • do they have customer support 
  • their reviews online especially on sites like trust pilot
  • are the channels I am interested in available. 
IPTV setup guides

Learn How to setup IPTV based on your device.

Amazon Firestick

IPTV set up tutorials for Fire TV, Fire Cube, and Firesticks

Android TV

IPTV Set up Tutorials for all TVs running on Android TV OS including Nvidia shield

LG ( WebOS )

IPTV Set up Guides for All LG WeboS TVs

Windows PC

Step by step guide to set up IPTV on all Windows Versions using different IPTV players.

MAC OS ( Macbook )

IPTV Set up tutorials for Macbook Pro, Macbook Air, iMac.

Samsung Tv ( Tizen OS )

How to set up IPTV on Samsung TVs with Tizen operating system.

Android phone

Set up IPTV on your Android Phone


IPTV Set up tutorials for iPhone and iPads

Apple TV

How to install and configure IPTV players on your Apple TV.

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