I rate Acorn TV a 7.6 on 10. If you fall into Acorn TV's target demographic, it could be the perfect streaming service for you. There are plenty of binge-worthy box sets, old-time masterpieces, and modern-day movies, as well as British TV shows galore.
Acorn TV doesn't have much else to offer other than the best of British television. Unfortunately, you won't be able to watch any shows in real-time; instead, you'll have to wait for them to appear in the library. If they don't, you can request a title from customer support.
One element of the app for Acorn TV that I like is how rapidly you can fast forward. There are no thumbnails or fancy effects to be found. It simply jumps ahead, and that's all there is to it.
However, there is one additional benefit: Acorn TV allows for up to 4 concurrent streaming, allowing you to share your membership and watch numerous series simultaneously.
Acorn TV is a video-on-demand subscription service that concentrates on British content. Users pay a monthly fee and can watch as many videos as they like from Acorn's library. In addition, subscribers can watch TV programs from Canada, Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand and programming from the United Kingdom on the app for Acorn TV.
In 1994, the firm began releasing British television in the US, initially on VHS, subsequently on DVD and Blu-ray. It soon established a streaming platform and swiftly became North America's largest service dedicated to British and international television.
Acorn TV is worth considering if you want to watch British, European, or Oceanic series, even if it isn't your sole option. For a reasonable monthly fee, you can obtain access to a large number of complete seasons. We also like how it's easy to see what's coming on and going off the service.
On the other hand, an app for Acorn TV has some technical constraints, such as a maximum streaming resolution of 720p. It also lacks parental controls, profiles, and download shows to watch offline on mobile devices.