ITV Hub is the application you need to install on Amazon Firestick to stream shows from channels like ITV, ITV2, ITV3, ITV4, ITVBe, and CITV. Apart from streaming the Live channels, you can also watch the on-demand content of your favorite series. Apart from that, you can also stream major sporting events on the ITV Hub. It has a premium subscription priced at £5.99/month or £59.99/year.
How to Watch ITV Hub on Amazon Firestick
ITV Hub is officially available on Amazon App Store. So, you can directly download the app on your Firestick.
2. Go to Find and tap the Search option.
3. Using the on-screen keyboard, enter ITV Hub and search for it.
4. Select the app from the results and tap the Download or Get button to get the app on Firestick.
5. Launch the app and tap the Sign-in menu to get the activation code.
6. Visit https://www.itv.com/watch/pair on your smartphone browser and sign in to your ITVX account.
7. Enter the pairing code displayed on the Firestick screen and tap the Continue button.
8. Now, the ITV Hub app on Firestick will load automatically to display the contents.
How to Watch ITV Hub on Firestick Via Silk Browser
You can also stream the web version of ITV Hub using the Silk browser on Firestick. Even though it is not as convenient as the application, you can use it when the ITV Hub app fails to load the media.
1. Go to Find → Search on the home screen.
2. Now, type and search for Silk Browser using the virtual keyboard.
3. Choose Silk Browser from the search list and tap the Download button.
4. Tap the Open button to launch the browser and click on the Accept Terms option.
5. The browser screen will appear on your TV.
6. On the search bar, type itv.com and hit the Go button.
7. Further, tap the Sign In option on the site’s homepage.
8. Enter your email address and password, then tap the Sign In option.
9. Select your favorite ITV show and enjoy streaming it on your Firestick.
Also, you can get RTE Player on Firestick to stream Ireland Live TV channels.
How to Sideload ITV Hub on Firestick Using Downloader [Outside the UK]
ITV Hub is a geo-restricted service and can be accessed only inside the UK. If you’re a non-UK resident, you must use the Downloader app to sideload the apk version of ITV Hub.
1. Install the Downloader app on Firestick from the Amazon App Store.
2. Now, enable the unknown source setting for the Downloader app (Settings → My Fire TV → Developer Options → Install unknown apps → Downloader).
3. Launch the Downloader app and allow necessary permissions for sideloading.
4. To sideload the apps, turn on the slider of the Downloader app.
5. Launch the Downloader app and tap the Home button.
6. Enter the ITV Hub Apk link in the URL field and tap the Go button.
7. Once the apk file gets downloaded, tap the Install button on the right.
8. After installation, return to the main screen.
9. Install and launch a VPN service on your Firestick. Some of the best and recommended VPNs to install on Firestick are
10. Launch the ITV Hub app and Sign in to your account.
11. At last, you can stream your desired content in Firestick.
How to Fix ITV Hub App is Not Working on Firestick
Sometimes, the ITV Hub application may fail to load the media content properly on your device. In those situations, try out the following solutions to fix the issue.
- Force close the ITV Hub app and open it after restarting the Firestick.
- Verify that the internet connection is working properly without any issues.
- Clear data and cache files of the ITV Hub app.
- Update the Firestick firmware and the ITV Hub app for proper streaming.
- Uninstall and reinstall the app from the store.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. The ITV Hub is completely free to use.
To update the app, tap on Apps on the home screen → navigate to ITV Hub app → click the Hamburger button on the remote → tap on More Info → choose Update.
The application will freeze on your streaming device if you haven’t updated the app for so long. Hence, ensure that the application is updated.
It is mainly due to the slow internet connection. If you have internet connection issues, fix them by restarting the modem or contacting the ISP.