BritBox – the most British TV anywhere, anytime

BritBox – the most British TV anywhere, anytime

By BritBox, LLC

  • Category: Entertainment
  • Release Date: 2017-03-07
  • Current Version: 1.04
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 24.88 MB
  • Developer: BritBox, LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires Android / iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 2.5
From 191 Ratings


Get instant access to the biggest streaming collection of British TV… ever. From current series to timeless dramas and comedies, from award-winning documentaries to soaps and lifestyle programs, BritBox virtually transports you across the pond and puts you square in front of UK television’s greatest programmes. With the NOW category you’ll be able to enjoy popular daytime dramas like EastEnders, Emmerdale and more as soon as 24 hours after they air in the UK. The service is created for you by two of Britain’s content powerhouses, the BBC and ITV. No cable or satellite provider login needed. Start your 7-day free trial now of BritBox and then it’s just $6.99 per month charged through your account. –The BritBox Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period – Your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period for $6.99 – Subscriptions may be managed by you in your account and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to your account settings after purchase – BritBox Privacy Policy: - BritBox Terms of use:




  • App keeps crashing please fix

    By vanurse4jc
    Love the shows, I’m a paid subscriber but the app itself continually crashes just as I am getting into a show. Please fix ASAP!!!
  • I’m really enjoying it

    By Vanjilasmokah
    Here are a few things that bother me a little. The UI is haphazard and confusing. I now my way around but I want a simpler way to get there. Netflix and Hulu have more of a British selection, especially Hulu. Though, there are a lot of shows on BritBox that are not on Hulu. BritBox is cheaper that Netflix and Hulu (about a dollar less) but again, not that many series. Yet. I do notice that I see new series being added ever so often, which I like. This gives me a chance to discover new shows and rewatch shows I’ve seen before. I don’t live in Britain but I do love British tv shows. I’ve tried to access British tv channels but because I am in the USA, I am blocked. This app is as close as I will ever get to watching BBC channels. I am looking forward to more shows. Almost forgot! When I am watching a show and I am about 45 minuets into it, it will crash. I’ll try and pick up from the scene I was watching and it will crash right as that scene. So if I am at 45 min and 25 sec into the show, it will crash. If I go back to 45:25 it will right at 45:25. Very annoying. I do hope you will these issues and add more stuff. Again, I appreciate the app.
  • Great app at a great price.

    By Dr John Smith
    Though the interface needs a lot of work, it’s not as bad as many people suggest. Some sort of “resume” feature is surely needed, but beyond that, the UI, though clunky, is usable. The content is brilliant! Great shows are in abundance.
  • Sign in issues

    By itunes_blah
    The app never keeps you signed in, I have to sign in a,most every time I go to the app, I see by reviews you’ve had this issue before and now it’s back, please fix, it’s very annoying!!!
  • Doesn’t work on phone

    By missclimpson
    It keeps asking for a password or telling me to subscribe. It works on amazon prime but not on my phone.
  • Content improving but...

    By Crochetowl
    As of the 1st week of January I have to enter my password each time I open the app. This was an issue when this app originally launched which has now resurfaced. Content has improved greatly and I usually find something to watch on regular/daily basis (watching the soaps the same day they aired is wonderful). Suggested improvements (most if not all are already found in other streaming apps): -Now watching is horrible. Half the time it works half the time I have to restart the show and find where I stopped previously. -it is too easy to delete a watchlist show. A confirm removal would be wonderful. -During viewing, being able to advance/go backward 10-15 seconds would be great -A tag showing I watched a show/episode would be great
  • Nice in theory...

    By Ellie-Elle
    But poor in application. While I am happy to have a dedicated British streaming channel, I am less than happy with the selection of programs. Most of the available programs are and have been seen in heavy rotation on local PBS channels. I realize that most of the shows offered are from BBC and ITV only but most are not complete seasons. The control panel is difficult for me to get to work and the app could use an update. I do hope Brit-box gets better. Thank you.
  • Crashes every time I start watching

    By Brook314abc
    I can’t even access/find “profile” spot to access info in order to cancel. Not sure if I’m still in free 7 day trial or not but I want OUT. Good idea because I love watching British movies but think this site too new and just too many bugs still. HOW DO I CANCEL?????
  • Some good content, but the app is frustrating

    By Laurami
    The app requires frequent sign-ins despite having a “Remember Me” box to tick, and it doesn’t save your place if you don’t watch all the way to the end. There’s a “Continue Watching” suggestion that is inevitably an episode I watched a while ago and have since gone past in the series. It needs a “jump back 10 seconds” button and preferably a fast forward one as well. This is basic functionality that every decent streaming app provides. It’s also not easy to browse for shows you haven’t heard of before but might enjoy. Given how difficult it is to use, I’m not sure I’ll continue subscribing. If the content were more terrific, maybe, but Acorn works better.
  • A very bad app

    By Gringojarocho
    I now have about 2 months of this very bad app on my Apple devices. The latest bug is requiring me to sign in every time I use the application on any device.