What is Amazon FireTV?

Amazon FireTV

Amazon FireTV is a streaming media player. Actually, it is a link between the Internet and streaming sources and your TVs. This device usually comes with preloaded Kodi and is ready for setting up IPTV in just a few minutes.

The Fire TV is similar to other media players, like the Roku family of streaming boxes, Google Chromecast. It is a device that connects to a TV via an HDMI port and lets you choose from among thousands of streaming channels (like Netflix, Hulu, HBO Now, Amazon Prime, YouTube, and many others).

This device, in general, divided into four main categories: Fire TV, Firestick, Fire TV Cube and Fire TV Recast. Although the two model shares various features, FireTV is more compatible with the IPTV usage.

Installing IPTV on Fire TV

The best Application for setting up IPTV on Fire TV is Kodi. Kodi is one of the most used Apps for streaming live TV channels and is one of the pre-loaded applications that comes with this set-up box.

Fire OS is the operating system that runs Amazon’s Fire TV and tablets. Fire OS is a fork of Android, so if your app runs on Android, it will most likely run on Amazon’s Fire devices too. You can quickly check your app’s compatibility with Amazon through the App Testing Service. As a developer, you might not have to adjust your Android code at all to publish your app on Amazon’s platform.

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