vChannel for PC. Most of us always wanted to have an app that let us watch our favorite channels, that we used to watch on TV. No one wants to install a whole network just to watch a single channel. What we all need is the individual support of every channel that we want to watch, like I want to watch Star Movies and HBO, for these two I don’t need to download separate stations and then scroll through the list to find them. What I want is the RSS feed of these channels, that I can put in the app and that is it, I can watch them as long as I want and whenever I want. Moreover, for any channel, I just want the RSS feed and I am good to go. The best part about vChannel is that it streams latest shows and all of them are in high quality.
The whole process of using vChannel is quite simple, just install the app and open it. It will ask you to put in the Channel or add a channel, if you have the RSS feed of that specific channel, put it in and save. Otherwise, you can add http://rss.my03.com/channels in the Bar and click Save. Open your homepage and look for the vChannel icon, open the app and you’ll either be presented a whole list of channels or that specific one you have put in. Open the video you are seeing in the list and watch your favorite shows and movies or sports. This app also has the Chromecast support, which means you can use your Chromecast and watch all the videos on your TV screen. However, your device must be supported by either Nexus Player or Google Chromecast in order for this app to work on it.Let’s start the method to install vChannel for PC running Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10 and Mac OS X, however, if you are interested in other apps, visit our Android Apps for PC section and locate your favorite ones, without further ado, let us continue.
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vChannel is a RSS feed video player. Video channel feeds are based on RSS 2.0 specification with the media enclosure tag that supports video playing and streaming. (Supports Chromecast)
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