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This article is about an app that I love on the Apple TV, IPTVX, I've talked about IPTVX before but it's changed a lot since then, I feel like it's the right time for me to show you IPTVX again.
IPTVX now auto-fills the EPG URL for you, this is a pretty clever feature.
IPTVX added a nice little touch by giving you an avatar for your playlist, reminds me of Netflix.
Playlist parsing really doesn’t take that long, comparing this to iPlayTV is night and day. I'm pretty sure the EPG is loaded in the background, but that's a nice time-saver if you ask me, once you're in you're going to be greeted with your video-on-demand content.
THIS REALLY IS THE BEST LOOKING IPTV APP OUT THERE
IPTVX looks and feels like a Netflix-style layout. It hasn't really changed much from when I last reviewed it, but it still looks just as good.
This could be the best-looking IPTV app out there on any platform, but of course, this is subjective.
You can still switch back to the vertical style layout.
There is one thing that's annoying about IPTVX if you have a large number of categories that you don't want to see and you want to hide them, it takes forever to go through them and disable them.
Luckily you only have to do this once but it'll be helpful if you can quickly do this in the settings.
One of the great new features of the new grid-style layout is that if you hover over one of the channels that you're interested in for long enough, it will give you a live preview.
Now this feature that was added makes me really fall in love with this app the cover art for the content of the TV channel is showing on the card it looks amazing, and I love it!
Not much has changed with the video player and to be honest that's a good thing it's pretty fine the way it is, but one thing that has been fixed is the overly large subtitles, the new grid-style layout for the TV Guide looks great, but in practice doesn't work very well with the Apple TV remote.
I quickly found myself lost in the TV guide whilst scrolling, it would be much improved if you can snap the grid to the hour, so that way you wouldn't go all over the place whilst your scroll through the guide.
Siri integration isn't fully implemented. I'd expect to say ‘pause’ to Siri and it would pause on live TV or ‘rewind’ and it goes back but that doesn't happen, but it does work on video on demand hopefully in the future, Siri functionality will be expanded.
You can use your voice to search for channels or video and demand content but at the moment you cannot search the TV Guide.
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