UKTV Play: Catch Up and On Demand TV Player Apk

5.9.3

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Developer
UKTV Media Ltd
Version
5.9.3
Updated
19 April 2021
Requirements
Android 5.0 and up
Size
28M
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Google Play

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UKTV Play: Catch Up and On Demand TV Player Apk

UKTV Play is the streaming home for fans of comedy, documentary enthusiasts and drama lovers, all for free and on demand.

Kick back and stream your favourite TV shows and box sets from Dave, Yesterday and Drama channels.

Stream thousands of episodes, including hilarious comedies such as Hypothetical, fascinating fact-packed documentaries like Architecture the Railways Built, or binge-worthy dramas like The Brokenwood Mysteries.

Download the app to catch up on your favourite programmes or discover something new.

With UKTV Play, you get:
•Free access to thousands of episodes to catch up on.
•Box-sets to discover and get stuck into.
•Dave, Yesterday and Drama channels on demand.
•Streaming access across devices (mobile, tablet, desktop, TV or Chromecast)
•New and exclusive UKTV originals & a raft of well-loved classics.

UKTV Play: Catch Up and On Demand TV Player Apk

UKTV Play has a huge selection of comedy such as Meet the Richardsons, Big Zuu’s Big Eats and Taskmaster. The best in quality drama such as The Bill or The Brokenwood Mysteries. Plus, popular factual content such as Bangers & Cash and Abandoned Engineering.

Download the official UKTV Play app and start streaming today!

When you use the UKTV Play app we collect some personal & usage data to enhance your experience. We also use cookies to deliver a personalised service and to serve adverts that may be more relevant to you.

For our Privacy Policy, please visit: https://network.uktv.co.uk/article/privacy-policy/

For our Cookies statement, please visit: https://network.uktv.co.uk/article/cookie-notice/

By downloading & installing the UKTV Play app, you agree to our terms of use – https://network.uktv.co.uk/article/terms-and-conditions/

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