Anime TV – How to Install and Use

This guide will discuss Anime TV and how to use and install it. This app can be installed on almost any Android device, e.g. Firestick, Fire Cube, Nvidia Shield, Android box, Chromecast, phones, tablets, and PCs (via an emulator such as Bluestacks or Nox). Anime TV (also known as Kiss Anime Online Sub & Dub) can be found on the Google Play store. However, if this app cannot be installed from your usual app stores, it can be sideloaded.

The Amazon Firestick is undoubtedly the most popular streaming device on the market right now due to its low price and ability to jailbreak it with just a few simple tweaks. It’s a perfect streaming device for beginners as well as advanced users who wish to cut the cord.

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What is Anime TV?

Anime TV (also known as Kiss Anime Online Sub & Dub) is a relatively new app that replaced the Anime Online app. Third parties provide video sources, and you’ll find multiple servers to choose from.

Users can watch their favourite anime series subbed or dubbed and in excellent quality, up to 1080p. However, many ads and popups make it challenging to use this app on streaming devices such as Firesticks and Fire TVs without a mouse toggle.

Alternatively, you could install this app on your Android phone or tablet and screen mirror it to your Firestick. This works well and makes it much easier to navigate and use the app on the big screen.

How to Mirror Android Android Phone or Tablet to Firestick

An example of what the Anime TV app looks like
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Anime TV Features and Content

The Anime TV app pulls in videos from multiple online third-party sources. The content library can be browsed easily and navigated smoothly with selectable categories across the top of the screen.

You’ll find entire seasons and all episodes for popular anime series such as Pokemon, Yu-Gi-Oh!, Chainsaw Man, One Piece, Spy X Family, Attack on Titan and Demon Slayer.

Users can easily save series to their list of favourites by tapping on the heart button to make watching their favourite anime shows more accessible.

Create a list of your favourites in the Anime TV app
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Is Anime TV Legal?

Yes. This app is legal to install and use. It does not host any content and is essentially just a search engine. However, it is unlikely that most videos you can stream with this app have the proper licencing for distributing the content. In reality, this means you will be unlawfully streaming copyrighted content. Doing so could get you into legal trouble. Accordingly, you may prefer to use this app with a VPN

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WARNING YOUR IP ADDRESS IS: 158.115.164.223

Your online activity is open to threats and snooping from your ISP, hackers, or governments. For that reason, a VPN can help to protect and defend you against any attacks. Using a VPN can also unblock access to the internet in countries where the internet is censored and can bypass other geographical restrictions.
In order to stream anonymously, stay protected, and unlock the internet, I recommend using NordVPN.
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Legal Copyright Disclaimer: As has been noted, streaming copyrighted content is unlawful and could get you into legal trouble. On account of this, we do not condone the streaming of copyrighted content. Therefore, check your local laws for streaming content online before doing so. Consequently, the information on this website is for general information and educational purposes only. 

How to Install Anime TV

The Anime TV app can be installed on most devices, e.g. Firestick, Fire Cube, Nvidia Shield, Android box, Chromecast, Android phones and tablets, and PCs (via an emulator such as Bluestacks or Nox). 

Anime TV (also known as Kiss Anime Online Sub & Dub) can be found on the Google Play store. However, if this app cannot be installed from your usual app stores, it can be sideloaded. To do so, your device must be capable of installing apps from unknown sources. Once your device is enabled for sideloading, you can install the app from my Downloads page.

Devices you can install on

Sideload Anime TV - Firesticks, Fire TV, Android & Android TV

  1. Firstly, ensure you have enabled sideloading on your device.
  2. Open the Downloader app, then select the Search box.
  3. Enter 28907, then select Go.
  4. Wait for my Download page to load fully, then press the Menu (or Options) button on your remote 2x to enter full-screen mode.
  5. Select the Anime category from the list at the top of the page. Or move down to view the Anime category.
  6. Find the Anime TV app in the list, then select it.
  7. On the next page, move down until you see the blue Download button.
  8. Select the Download button, then select Install.
  9. When the app has finished installing, select Delete 2x to remove the installation file, as it’s no longer required.

The app is installed; open it from your apps screen!

Install Anime on Firestick and Fire TV
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Sideload Anime TV - Android Phones and Tablets

  1. Firstly, ensure you have enabled sideloading on your device.
  2. Open a web browser and go to firetvsticks.com.
  3. Select Downloads from the menu.
  4. Select the Anime category from the list at the top of the page. Or move down to view the Anime category.
  5. Find the Anime TV app in the list, then select it.
  6. On the next page, move down until you see the blue Download button.
  7. Select the Download button, then select Download.
  8. Swipe down from the top of the screen to view the downloaded APK file and tap on it.
  9. Then select Install.

The app is installed; open it from your apps screen!

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How to Use Anime TV

The home screen of the Anime TV app features categories across the top of the screen to select from Sub, Dub or Cartoon. Below, you’ll find a carousel of Recent Releases and a Genre List.

Selecting a category will display results in a grid as just text. This makes browsing without thumbnails visually less appealing compared to other applications. 

Browse or search for something specific, then select a show. Tap on the heart to add to your favourites, then tap an episode to start watching. You’ll get a short ad before the video begins to play.

Browsing with Anime TV is not as visually appealing as other apps
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Tap on the screen to access payback functions such as skipping forwards or backwards 10 seconds, adjusting the volume, adjusting speed, changing the quality and entering full-screen mode.

On Firesticks and Fire TV devices, it’s best to choose the option to Play in browser so that the video can be viewed full-screen. Or, as previously mentioned, install the Anime TV app on your Android phone or tablet and mirror it to your Firestick.

How to Mirror Android Android Phone or Tablet to Firestick

Anime TV playback options
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Wrapping Up

Anime TV is a decent app for anime fans with the ability to choose subbed or dubbed videos. This app works best on Android touch-screen devices. In light of this, you may prefer an alternative such as Anime Fanz Tube, Anime Fox or Funimation. However, screen mirroring from your Android phone or tablet works well to stream videos from the Anime TV app to your Firestick. 

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