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|Founded||19 December 2013|
|Slogan||What Are You Watching?|
|Headquarters||30 Haymarket, 3rd Floor, London, SW1Y 4EX|
TVPlayer is an Internet television service in the United Kingdom, owned by international digital distribution company Alchimie. It provides access to free live television channel streams using a web browser or application software via big screen and small screen mobile devices. Alongside the free service, TVPlayer offers multiple no contract monthly subscriptions each carrying different premium live television channel streams.
TVPlayer was launched as Android and Apple iOS smartphone apps on 19 December 2013, compatible apps for Android tablet computers and the Apple iPad were released on 30 January 2014. Company representatives reported that TVPlayer had received 250,000 application software downloads within 28 days of launching.
On 30 January 2017, TVPlayer announced it had launched compatibility for all Windows 10 devices. As of January 2017, TVPlayer application software had been downloaded 2.5 million times since inception and boasted over one million active viewers.
On 26 November 2020 the licensing agreement with the Discovery network has come to an end. Discovery, Investigation Discovery, TLC and Discovery Home & Health are no longer available on TVPlayer's Premium service and Quest, Quest Red, Really, DMAX, Food Network and HGTV have been removed from the free service. 
All TVPlayer apps can be used via devices connected to all 3G, 4G, and Wi-Fi Internet connections. Some channels are only available while using a Wi-Fi Internet connection due to licensing rights and legal restrictions. TVPlayer is a United Kingdom only service and offers streaming of up to 1080i video resolution depending on the playback device being capable. Two devices on the same account can stream subscribed content at the same time.
Devices and operating systems that can be used to watch TVPlayer television content:
There is a video on demand service allowing viewers to catch up on up to 30 days of television programmes. Some television channels are not available on certain devices and software due to licensing rights and legal restrictions.
|Comedy Central||Premium Pack|
|Comedy Central Extra||Premium Pack|
|Sky History HD||Premium Pack|
|Sky History 2||Premium Pack|
|Crime+Investigation HD||Premium Pack|
|Nick Jr||Premium Pack|
|Cartoon Network||Premium Pack|
|Nick Jr Too||Premium Pack|