If you want to be able to watch TV wherever and whenever, you’ll want to check out these top apps to watch TV online in South Africa. You no longer have to be stuck in your living room in front of the TV to watch your favorite shows. We now live in a world where TV is accessible everywhere as long as you’ve got an app.

With a TV app, you can watch shows on your mobile device as well as on your laptop. You can watch TV during your daily commute to work and back or even during your lunch break. There are a ton of TV app options out there for you to choose from. The key is finding the right app to synch up with your electronic device.

Our editors have looked into all of the top apps to watch TV online in South Africa. They come up with five of the best options for you to look into. You can read all about the TV apps below and figure out which one is best suited to you and the device you use.

Top Apps to Watch TV Online in South Africa

Showmax

Launched in 2015, Showmax is an online video-on-demand service. For a single monthly fee, you can obtain access to a vast selection of TV shows, movies, documentaries, and children’s shows on your mobile device.

While content varies depending on your region, you can screen your favourite content on iOS and Android phones, Apple TV, Google Cast, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.

The Showmax app also has content in English, Afrikaans, isiXhosa, isiZulu, Setswana, Sepedi, Sesotho, and Polish.

Tubi

With Tubi, you can watch thousands of your favourite movies and TV series free of charge. adRise, the developer of this app, takes pride in 100% legal unlimited streaming through its app, which requires no credit card details or monthly subscription.

While the Tubi app displays ads like TV (although fewer), you can take advantage of on-demand award-winning TV series and movies from Hollywood studios and other countries. Tubi is available on iOS and Android.

DStv Now

DStv allows you to catch up on hit series, movies, and sports events on the go. You can even download up to 25 videos on DStv Catch Up to enjoy the content later offline. You can also access the app’s full 8-day TV Guide and set reminders to plan when you will view the content.

While downloading the app (either on iOS or Android) is free, you must subscribe to packages starting from ZAR29 (DStv EasyView) to ZAR 809 (DStv Premium). 

This app only runs on certified Apple and Google devices for legal reasons.

Tuluntulu

Tuluntulu provides a mobile TV platform where you can stream video and audio content. Aside from streaming live TV shows from major networks in South Africa and other African nations, it also gives you access to 24/7 TV channels with various content, such as movies to news, music videos, fashion, education, documentaries, comedy, public affairs.

You can download the Tuluntulu app on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store and consume the streamed content for free.

Conclusion

There is so much technology at our fingertips today. Why wouldn’t you want to try out streaming services to catch up on your favorite TV shows? With these apps, you can watch TV online whenever you like. Try them out today!