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Install NOW TV app on Android smartphone or tablet

You can watch NOW TV on most Android devices, just as long as they were bought in the Republic of Ireland or the UK and are in their original state.


How to watch NOW TV on your Android tablet or smartphone


Step 1: Download the app

You'll need to download our app to watch NOW TV on your Android device:

  • Go to Google Play.
  • Search for the NOW TV app.
  • Install it.

Good to knowGot a Huawei phone or tablet? You can download the NOW TV app from either the AppGallery or the Google Play Store, but you'll need to have Google Play on your device to be able to use the app. NOW TV isn't available on Huawei devices that don't have access to Google Play.


Step 2: Sign in

  • Already got a NOW TV account? - Simply open the app and sign in with your NOW TV username and password. Be sure to enter your password carefully - as it’s case sensitive.
  • Haven’t signed up to NOW TV? - If you don’t have a NOW TV account yet, find out how to set one up here


Step 3: Sit back and start watching

Find something to watch – whether it’s an epic blockbuster, an award-winning box set or a big match. 


Android 4.1 is no longer supported

The NOW TV app no longer supports Android 4.1. If your Android device is running on 4.1, you'll still be able to watch for as long as the app works for you, but you won't receive any updates like new features and bug fixes. You also won't be able to reinstall the app from the Google Play Store if you uninstall it.

If your device supports later Android OS versions, we recommend you update to 5.0 (Lollipop) or later.



To watch NOW TV in the best quality on your tablet or smartphone, you’ll need:

Operating system:   5.0 (Lollipop) or higher
Processor:    1.0 GHz or higher
Memory:     1GB RAM
Screen resolution:    480x800   
Eye-tracking features:   Should be disabled

No. On an Android device, you'll need to use the NOW TV app.

If you’re having a few issues running the NOW TV app on your Android tablet or smartphone, it could be because:

  • your device has been modified or rooted – even if this was done by the manufacturer
  • you bought your device outside the Republic of Ireland or the UK
  • your device is running Android 4.1 which is no longer supported (if possible, please update to 5.0 or later).
  • it’s a Kindle Fire HD device (not supported).


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