FAQ

Do you offer IPTV?
No, we don't.

What do you offer?
We offer personalized EPG content for you.

What is IPTV?
Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) delivers television content using signals based on the logical Internet Protocol (IP), instead of being delivered through traditional terrestrial, satellite signal, or cable television formats.

What is EPG?
EPG is an electronic program guide, an on-screen guide of scheduled broadcast programming television programs.

What is XMLTV?
XMLTV is an XML based file format for describing TV listings. IPTV providers use XMLTV as the base reference template in their systems and extend it internally according to their business needs.

What is PVR?
"Personal Video Recorder" is a different term for a DVR (Digital Video Recorder).

What is a .m3u file?
It's the file that your PVR client is using to get your IPTV streams, channel names and another bunch of data.

So, is this just another website where I can look up a TV Guide?
No!
EPG is a Program Guide displayed directly on your TV in a transparent layer on top of the TV picture.

Why should I use your service?
You get a reliable source of EPG data for a small price without any hassle.
Your Program Guide will never be empty. 

Why is your service better, than others?
First of all, there are no other services like this.
Believe us, we searched for them, but we didn't find any, so we decided to create one ourselves. 

But there are Addons for my Media Center, which do the same, no?
There are addons, sure, but they are either simply bad, or they offer EPG just for a few countries and only for a few TV channels.
Beside that, you have to mess around with repositories and installations if you want to get EPG through an Add On and you will still have a complicated system without a satisfying result.. 

But my IPTV provider gives me EPG already, no?
Some of them do, most of them don't.
Even if they do, they don't have EPG for all of their channels, but probably just for the most important countries/channels and that is also in one huge file, unsorted and surely not customized to your needs.

How do I use your content?
You get a link to a personalized XML file containing the Program Guide to your chosen TV channels which you can call with a Media Center and a PVR client, such as KODI and PVR Simple Client.
Watch this video: How to use IPTV EPG

Can I use your service with Roku?
No. 

Can I use your service with Amazon FireTV?
Yes! 

Can I use your service on a MAG box?
Most probably yes.

Can I use it with VLC?
No. VLC needs EPG sent through the stream. It can't use XMLTV.

How many days of Program Guide can I see in my EPG?
We offer EPG for the next 7 days if we have enough data, otherwise it depends on the sources.

How often do you update your data?
We update the EPG data once a day.

Do you offer EPG for my country's TV channels?
Most probably. We add new countries and TV channels continuously as soon as they are available, and we update them frequently.

I have a channel list with 500+ channels from a dozen countries. Will I have EPG for all of them?
No. We allow to choose TV channels from maximally 5 countries. You have to decide, for which countries' channels you want EPG. The rest will be empty.
We might integrate a feature later, which will allow you to choose more countries for a small extra fee.

Where can I get IPTV?
Many countries offer legal IPTV services.
And then there are the others.
Google is your friend.

Do I have to pay for your service?
You can test it for free. After a 10 days trial period you have to create a paid subscription to continue using the service.

I registered, but I can't log in. Why?
We have sent you an Email to activate your account. If you can't see it in your Inbox in a few minutes, look into your spam folder!

I looked into my spam folder, but your Email is not there. What now?
Please don't register an email address from Yahoo, Outlook, Hotmail, Mail.com or similar services, because they tend to have a too strong spam filter, which deletes emails already on their server and it won't even reach your inbox/spam folder.
If you don't have your own email address, use Gmail.

How can I pay?
You can pay by credit card through PayPal or with your PayPal balance.

I tried to pay by PayPal, but I can't. What should I do?
Contact us!

I don't want to pay. Can I create my own EPG data?
You can create your own EPG data on your computer with free to use software.
If you don't mind messing around with EPG software, XML, configuration and .ini files, and you like to schedule your time to remember updating the data manually, which can last for hours, go ahead!

How do I receive EPG data in KODI?
Watch this video: How to use IPTV EPG.
Please remember: The names of the channels (or the tvg-id="" or the tvg-name="" tag of the channel) in your .m3u file have to match exactly the channel's name on our site!

How do I edit my m3u file?
Open it with a text editor.

How do I start my Free Trial Period?
Choose your countries and channels and click the "Save" button in the bottom right of the page. You get an XML link on top of the page and you can start using EPG immediately.

I have an idea or feature request for your site. Where can I tell you about it?
You can post ideas and feature requests on our Feedback page.

I want to report a bug or a problem with the site. Where can I do that?
You can contact us on the Contact Us page or you can report it on our Feedback page.

I added the link to my Media Center, but I don't see the EPG. Why?
The TV channel's name (or the tvg-id="" or the tvg-name="" tag of the channel) has to be exactly the same in your .m3u file as it is on our website.
Edit your m3u file to match the names with our site.
How to rename channel names for KODI
How to rename channel names in Perfect Player

Why can't you just fix my .m3u file for me?
We are planning a feature where you can upload your .m3u file on our site and it will be synchronized with our files automatically. Until then you have to do it manually, unfortunately.

Can I store my .m3u file on your site as well?
It's not possible yet, but we are planning to add that feature.

Do you have Channel Icons too?
We will add channel icons after we finished the integration of countries into our site.

I hate the Country Codes behind the channel names. Why are they there and can I get rid of them?
It's necessary for channels which are present in different countries like Discovery Channel or History Channel, otherwise we can't determine which EPG data belongs to which channel, but yes, you can get rid of them in your Channel Manager in your Media Center, if your .m3u file also has the tvg-id="" or the tvg-name="" tag with exact same channel name, like on our website.
Watch this video for more information!

I can receive foreign channels, but I can't find them among the channels of my country. Why?
We list TV channels in their origin country even if more countries speak the channel's language. For example Austrian channels are listed under Austria even if you can receive and understand them in Germany and Switzerland..
Channels which are available in different languages (like Discovery and History) will be listed in those particular countries separately.

Channel X is in the list, but I can't see any EPG data for it, why?
If you are sure that the name of the channel in your m3u file matches exactly the name of the channel on our site and you still don't have EPG, then either there is no data provided by that channel or something went wrong. If it lasts for a few days, please contact us and we will try to fix it.

There is a foreign language channel in the list of country X, why?
If you find a channel in your country list, which is not in the native language of your country or not a channel based in your country, please let us know.
We don't know all the channels in the world, so we made some mistake. Channels should be listed under the country, where they are located.

Why don't you have Channel X in the list of Country Y?
If you are missing a channel in a country and the channel is based in that country, please let us know. We will do everything we can to get the EPG data for that channel too.

The EPG for Channel X disappeared, why?
We always tweak the system, so probably we changed the name of the channel slightly. Check the Spelling on our site in the channel list and correct your .m3u file accordingly.

My EPG displays shows from yesterday/tomorrow, why?
Every country's EPG is set to that country's time zone, so for example Greek channels use the times according to Athens time.
If you are in a different time zone, you have to time shift those channels.
Read the next QA below!

I have channels from different time zones, how do I synchronize the EPG data with my time zone?
If you use Perfect Player, you can time-shift single channels in the options.
If you use KODI, you have to set the time shift to "0" (zero) and switch off the option "Apply Time Shift to all Channels", then add the tag tvg-shift="" to the channel's line in your .m3u file and set the number of hours by which you want the EPG data being shifted. So if you are in Germany for example (GMT+1) and you have channels from the United Kingdom (GMT), set the tag  tvg-shift="1"  for the UK channels.

I am an IPTV Provider. Can I give my link to my customers?
Absolutely not! Please read the Terms of Use!
We will implement a feature for IPTV Providers shortly, where you can buy bulk accounts for a special price.

Why can I have channels only from 5 countries?
This site is for personal use only. Nobody ever needs more channels, than that what 5 countries can offer. Other than that, your XML file can be over 100MB already with 5 countries, your media center and your internet connection wouldn't be able to handle bigger downloads in a reasonable time, every time you switch on your TV.

With how many devices can I use the service?
We don't limit the devices, but we limit IP addresses to 3 at any given time, so you can use the service in your everyday's life within your family.