This tutorial will show you step-by-step how to install, set up, and use Yeah IPTV on Amazon Fire TV products, including FireStick 4K, FireStick Lite, and Fire TV Cube. Before showing you how to install the Yeah IPTV app, I’ll explain what the service offers, and explain if it’s legal and worth subscribing to.
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Gone are the days when we relied on dozens of internet streaming services and local satellite packages to meet our entertainment needs. IPTV services have arrived, and they are ready to deliver a huge library of channels, TV series, and movies for a fraction of the price. Among them, Yeah IPTV is definitely worth checking out.
Yeah IPTV claims to offer 6,000+ live TV channels in up to Full HD quality. Plus, it provides an M3U link for integration with video players, as well as an EPG (electronic program guide) to take a peek at upcoming content on TV channels. Yeah IPTV is accessible on Windows, Mac, Android, iOS, NVIDIA SHIELD, FireStick, and smart TVs from LG and Samsung.
What’s more? Yeah IPTV plays nice with popular IPTV players like TiviMate, IPTV Smarters, Flix IPTV, SS Player, and Perfect Player. You only need account details or a valid M3U link to quickly get started.
Attention: Read before you continue
Governments and ISPs across the world monitor their users' online activities. If found streaming copyrighted content on your device, you could get into serious trouble. Currently, your IP is visible to everyone. I strongly recommend you get a good VPN and hide your identity so that your movie viewing experience doesn’t take a bad turn.
I use ExpressVPN which is the fastest and most secure VPN for IPTV. It is very easy to install on any device including Amazon Fire TV Stick. Also, it comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee. If you don't like their service, you can always ask for a refund. ExpressVPN also has a special deal where you can get 3 months free and save 49% on an annual plan.
Is Yeah IPTV Legal?
There is no simple answer to this question. The Yeah IPTV app isn’t available in the Amazon App Store or Google Play Store. That alone is a warning sign. Additionally, the service is quite affordable compared to well-known options such as Netflix, Prime Video, and YouTube TV.
Yeah IPTV offers a huge library of TV channels worldwide. FireStickTricks.com doesn’t verify the authenticity of every channel in every region of the world. A major media company in your country may have acquired the legal rights to stream certain content in your region. In such cases, streaming the same content through Yeah IPTV on FireStick could be considered illegal. Since your local government and ISP can see your internet activities, even on your FireStick, watching illegal content on Yeah IPTV may get you in legal trouble in the future.
Yeah IPTV Plans and Pricing
Yeah IPTV offers multiple plans. You can get started with a one-month plan or go all the way up to a one-year plan. Users can also pay a small price for a 24-hour trial so they can check out the content before committing to a true plan.
Yeah IPTV offers up to 2 connections in most plans. That means you can stream the IPTV service on two devices at the same time.
Here are the current Yeah IPTV plans for over 6,000 live TV channels, EPG support, and plenty more features.
- €9.99 for 1 month, 1 connection
- €19.99 for 1 month, 2 connections
- €24.99 for 3 months, 1 connection
- €49.99 for 3 months, 2 connections
- €44.99 for 6 months, 1 connection
- €81.99 for 6 months, 2 connections
- €79.99 for 12 months, 1 connection
- €139.99 for 12 months, 2 connections
I advise starting with a monthly plan. In general, it’s wise to avoid yearly plans because IPTV services do go down frequently.
The payment option is limited to Bitcoin, which is a bummer considering not everyone owns Bitcoin.
Yeah IPTV Overview
Yeah IPTV isn’t just live TV channels. The IPTV provider offers much more, delivering the best bang for your buck. Below are the features of Yeah IPTV that you get with any plan.
- Over 6,000 live TV channels in HD and Full HD quality
- Major sports channels
- News channels
- Entertainment channels
- Adult channels
- Support for all smart devices
- VOD (video on demand) content
- VPN friendly—works perfectly with ExpressVPN
- No IP location restrictions
- M3U link support
- Support for popular IPTV players
- EPG (electronic program guide) support
- 24-hour trial for under $3
- Bitcoin as a payment option
Glance through the list above and you can see why Yeah IPTV is jumping off the popularity chart these days. The service covers the majority of channels from various countries and is available on a wide range of devices.
Subscribing to Yeah IPTV
The official site for Yeah IPTV is yeahiptv.com. I have scanned the URL with VirusTotal, and below is the result. As you can see, it’s perfectly safe to visit the official Yeah IPTV website.
Go ahead and visit the Yeah IPTV home page. Check out the available plans, decide which one is best for you, and pay for the service using Bitcoin. Within an hour, you will receive a couple of emails with your Yeah IPTV purchase receipt, log-in details, M3U URL, and EPG URL.
Now that you have purchased a Yeah IPTV subscription and received your account details, it’s time to start using the service with an IPTV player on the FireStick.
How to Use Yeah IPTV with TiviMate IPTV Player
On the Yeah IPTV home screen, the company recommends users integrate the service with an IPTV player. There are dozens of IPTV players for FireStick. Among them, TiviMate IPTV Player is my go-to recommendation for a number of reasons. TiviMate supports multiple playlist types and comes with all the bells and whistles, such as catch-up, subtitles, sleep timer, data backup, parental controls, and more.
If you don’t have TiviMate yet, check out our dedicated guide to install TiviMate on FireStick and come back to this article when you’ve installed TiviMate.
Note: While performing these steps myself, I found that it was not possible to set up Yeah IPTV in TiviMate while I was still connected to a VPN. If you connect to a VPN on your FireStick, you’ll have to disconnect from your VPN before proceeding. Once you’ve successfully added the IPTV service to TiviMate, you can re-enable your FireStick VPN.
Now that you have Yeah IPTV account credentials and TiviMate installed on your FireStick, it’s time to integrate Yeah IPTV with TiviMate. Here’s how to do it.
1. Press and hold your remote’s home button.
2. Go to Apps.
3. Find and select the TiviMate app.
4. Choose Add playlist.
5. You can integrate the IPTV service using an M3U playlist, Xtreme Codes, or Stalker Portal. Select M3U playlist.
In the confirmation email, you received an M3U URL. If you didn’t receive an M3U URL when you subscribed to Yeah IPTV, you can contact customer service and ask for it.
An M3U URL for an IPTV service looks like this:
Once you have your M3U link for Yeah IPTV, we can continue with the integration.
6. TiviMate will ask you to enter an M3U link. Add it carefully, exactly as shown, and then click on Next.
Note: To make this step easier, you may want to connect your FireStick to the Fire TV smartphone app. You can use the Fire TV app on your smartphone to easily type long URLs with your phone’s keyboard. As an alternative to the mobile app, you can shorten your M3U link using a service like Bitly. Just copy your M3U link, paste it into Bitly, and get a shorter link. Then you can type the shorter link into TiviMate instead of the longer original link.
7. TiviMate will start to load Yeah IPTV and display the channel count.
8. Select Playlist name. Add a name of your choice, such as Yeah IPTV, and hit the Done button.
After a couple of minutes, you’ll see the TiviMate home page loading the channels from Yeah IPTV.
Enable EPG for Yeah IPTV in TiviMate Player
An EPG (electronic program guide) displays upcoming content by time block for any channel. It mimics the TV guides of local satellite companies. An EPG adds convenience to the whole IPTV watching experience. These days, EPG support is basically a must-have for an IPTV service, so most IPTV services, including Yeah IPTV, come with EPG support.
Here’s how to integrate the EPG for Yeah IPTV in the TiviMate player app.
1. Open the TiviMate app on your FireStick.
2. Open the hamburger menu on the left side of the screen. Then select Settings, and finally EPG.
3. Enable Default source in the following menu.
Like I mentioned, most IPTV services come with dedicated EPG support. If you haven’t received the EPG URL in an email from Yeah IPTV, you can ask the Yeah IPTV customer support for it.
Your FireStick / Fire TV is now all ready to stream your favorite content. However, before you start, I would like to warn you that everything you stream online is visible to your ISP and Government. This means, streaming free movies, TV shows, Sports might get you into legal trouble.
Thankfully, there is a foolproof way to keep all your streaming activities hidden from your ISP and the Government. All you need is a good VPN for Fire Stick. A VPN will mask your original IP which is and will help you bypass Online Surveillance, ISP throttling, and content geo-restrictions.
I personally use and recommend ExpressVPN, which is the fastest and most secure VPN. It is compatible with all kinds of streaming apps and is very easy to install on Fire TV / Stick.
We do not encourage the violation of copyright laws. But, what if you end up streaming content from an illegitimate source unintentionally? It is not always easy to tell the difference between a legit and illegal source.
So, before you start streaming on your Fire Stick / Fire TV, let’s see how to use ExpressVPN to keep your streaming activities hidden from prying eyes.
Step 1: Subscribe to ExpressVPN HERE. It comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee. Meaning, you can use it free for the first 30-days and if you are not satisfied with the performance (which is highly unlikely), you can ask for a full refund.
Step 2: Power ON your Fire TV Stick and go to Find followed by Search option.
Step 3: Now type “Expressvpn” (without quotes) in the search bar and select ExpressVPN when it shows up in the search results.
Step 4: Click Download to install the ExpressVPN app on Fire TV / Stick.
Step 5: Open the app and enter the login credentials that you created while buying the ExpressVPN subscription. Click Sign in.
Step 6: Click the Power icon to connect to a VPN server. That’s all. Your connection is now secure with the fastest and best VPN for FireStick.
You can also read more detailed info on using ExpressVPN with Fire TV / Stick.
It’s no surprise that Yeah IPTV ranks comfortably in our list of best IPTV providers for FireStick. The steps above show you how to purchase a Yeah IPTV subscription, install Yeah IPTV on FireStick, install TiviMate on FireStick, and integrate Yeah IPTV with TiviMate. Now you can stream live TV channels from Yeah IPTV (over 6,000 of them!) through the TiviMate app. What do you think of the service? Did you run into any technical issues? Let us know in the comments!
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