Expand the entertainment possibilities of your Amazon Fire TV by playing IPTV lists.
What are IPTV lists?
One of the things that the application stores for smart TVs with their own operating system suffer from, such as Samsung and LG with Tizen and WebOS respectively, is the lack of applications to play the IPTV lists, so called because they group the IP addresses in a file streaming content, usually television channels that are broadcast openly over the Internet.
App to watch IPTV lists on an Amazon Fire TV
Fortunately, this does not happen with Amazon’s Fire TV device, mainly because it is based on an open system like Android, which allows you to easily install third-party applications.
This is the case of GSE Smart IPTV, an effective multiplatform IPTV player capable of handling lists of IPTV channels, both remote and local, and that despite not being available from Google Play or the Amazon Store, has an APK file for its installation on Fire TV device. We show you how to do it.
Install GSE Smart IPTV on Fire TV Stick
First of all, download the APK file of GSE Smart IPTV for Fire TV on your PC. Then upload the APK file to Microsoft OneDrive.
On your Fire TV, download and install the X-plore app (free). Open X-plore and click Web Storage > Add Server. In the menu that opens, choose OneDrive and sign in with your Microsoft account.
Find the file gseiptvamaz_44.apk, click it and follow the instructions of the installation wizard.
Open GSE Smart IPTV and click Remote Playlists.
Click on the + button and add your list in M3U format in the field provided for it.