Ad Free WIP m3u Playlist Player Roku Channel



Private Roku IPTV m3u Playlist Player Channel Without Ads




If you are a fan of searching for free IPTV m3u Playlists, then you will enjoy the new Private WIP m3u Playlist Player channel created by Nate Carlson.



While the original m3u Playlist Player was ground breaking, there was one big complaint from many users, too many ads.  It would play the same ads over and over every time you changed the channel.

While the original m3u playlist player was the only Roku channel of its kind, the Developer deserves a lot of credit for building and sharing it with the Roku community. As with everything else in life, it's only a matter of time before someone comes along and invents a better mousetrap.

Not to be outdone, the author of the original m3u Playlist Player reduced the number of ads in the latest version 1.9 of the channel and made it so you now only need to click the Terms of Service one time. Be sure to update your Roku to get the latest channel updates.



Granted, the new WIP m3u Roku channel may still have a few bugs because it is still a beta Roku channel. Since it's also a Private Roku Channel you can't add it from the Roku channel store and this channel will need to be added using either the code which is m3u, or from the Roku add channel link provided below.

We don't know yet if this will eventually be added as a public channel, or if at some point there will be a fee or ads in order to use this channel.

For now, feel free to enjoy this new m3u Playlist channel. It's another welcome addition to the Roku IPTV community and it will let you enjoy browsing your m3u playlists ad free.





Add WIP m3u Playlist Player Ad Free Roku Channel


ADD m3u Channel to Your Roku

CODE = m3u






Learn More About m3u Playlists


Click here for more detailed m3u playlists instructions

This will give you more information about m3u playlists, how to find them and also how to build your own from links to mp4 and m4v files that can be found on the Internet.




Tips About m3u Playlists


Generally when trying playlists on your Roku, files that are m3u, not TS, tend to work better. Be sure to pay extra attention to the link of your playlist when entering it into the app. One typo and you will be sitting there for a long time waiting for it to load with nothing happening.

This is probably one of the most common reasons a playlist won't play. If you check the playlist URL in VLC first and it plays and it's in the correct format, it should play fine on your Roku.


DrizzleCast


If you want to try another pretty neat newer Roku channel, try the DrizzleCast channel which can be added from your Roku in the channel store or using the link below. 

DrizzleCast will let you stream a variety of live TV channels from IPTV Internet streams that the publisher has found and added to this channel. This is often easier than trying to locate m3u playlists or build them on your own.






DrizzleCast Roku Channel


Roku Private Channel Code: DrizzleCast


You can also visit the publisher's website visit DrizzleCast.com to stream live IPTV from your portable devices or a PC.


Watch DrizzleCast IPTV Live Streams





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