Acorn TV: The Best British TV

Acorn TV: The Best British TV

Developed by RLJ Entertainment, Inc.

  • Category: Entertainment
  • Release Date: 2014-07-30
  • Current Version: 3.0.2
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 69.36 MB
  • Developer: RLJ Entertainment, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    2/5 ( 1,241 Reviews)
  • Price:
    Free
Acorn TV: The Best British TV App Ratings: 2
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Based on 1,241 Reviews
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Acorn TV: The Best British TV App Description

Stream world-class TV from Britain and beyond, wherever you go! To get started, download the Acorn TV app and sign up for a 7-day free trial. Hailed as “Netflix for the Anglophile” by NPR, Acorn TV offers hard-to-find gems, timeless classics, and newly-discovered favorites from Britain, Ireland, Australia, and beyond. Start a 7-day free trial to watch such fan favorites as Doc Martin, A Place to Call Home, Murdoch Mysteries, Brokenwood Mysteries, Midsomer Murders, and Foyle’s War, as well as Acorn TV Originals you can’t stream anywhere else including Agatha Raisin, Loch Ness, Striking Out, and Detectorists. Try us free for 7 days! • Instant access to a world-class library of dramas, mysteries, comedies, documentaries, and more • New series and episodes added weekly, including Acorn TV Originals, so there’s always something to watch • Always commercial-free. Watch whenever you want, wherever you want for one low monthly price • Search your favorite shows and watch immediately or save to your watchlist and come back to it later • Sign up and stream on all your devices After the 7-day trial, your Acorn TV subscription will continue at $6.99 per month (or $69.99 per year if you select an annual subscription) for as long as you choose to remain a member. If you subscribe via iTunes, your payment will be charged to your iTunes account. You can easily cancel anytime by turning off auto-renew in your iTunes account settings. The monthly subscription automatically renews every month unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Your iTunes account will be charged $6.99 US for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. The annual subscription automatically renews every year unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Your iTunes account will be charged $69.99 US for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription, where applicable. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OfficialAcornTV/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/acorntv Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/acorn_tv/ Terms and Conditions: https://acorntv-help.s3.amazonaws.com/acorntv-terms-of-use.html Privacy Policy: https://acorn.tv/acorn-pages/privacy_policy.html Support: http://support.acorn.tv/support/home

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App Reviews

  • Fabulous content, terrible app

    1
    By Spokane Dave
    The functionality of the app continues to worsen. It’s a terrible shame because the content on Acorn is absolutely fabulous. Despite the terrible app, I am a committed subscriber to the wonderful content.
  • Worst app it’s wasting for money and time

    1
    By MeDo M.FiRe
    Advice Don’t download it cause they are charge u for nothing 😤😤👎🏻👎🏻👎🏻👎🏻
  • Now it works. Good start

    2
    By Dumbhead
    It works now on all devices, finally, though I will never understand the management process that made the customer experience so bad. And I am still surprised that they did not contact users who had written or called them. Now it works, and content is good. But unlike other streaming we use, Acorn is unique in not making it easy to see where we left off in watching episodes. This is not a good way to be unique. Recent review: First Acorn removed essential functionality (tracking progress on series, for example). Then the app stops working with iPads and iPhones. Then the app stops working with Apple TV. And through it all Acorn decides not to reach out to customers to describe the situation and their progress, and not to tell customers that their remaining option is to log in on web browser. So, self-created technical problems compounded by a poor customer service decision. I think Acorn is shooting itself in the foot. I wonder what will happen to # subscribers, and how many will take this as a signal to try Britbox. An addition to my review from a week ago. At that time Acorn sent me an email telling me they had reset my password and that the app would work with the reset password. It did not. I just received the exact same message. And exactly like before, nothing changes with the reset password. This feels a bit like like the Keystone Cops.
  • Content great - app is awful!

    2
    By jodimdl
    Until recently I would have given 5 stars, but the last couple weeks the app constantly crashes. The app just blacks out!
  • worst apple tv app

    1
    By SF_KL
    works great with iphone app. but worst apple tv app EVER! the apple tv app keep asking for $. which I have paid for a full annual subscription. At this day and age there’s no excuse to not to get all ios app (iphone; ipad; apple tv) working together!
  • Poor quality app and substandard customer service

    1
    By Fictreader
    One of the most user unfriendly and poorly designed apps I have seen. I had a service issue with the streaming site and was very displeased with the lack of customer service and assistance. It took multiple emails and calls initiated by me to not resolve the issue. I can’t say I would recommend the service, but the programming is top shelf.
  • Doesn’t play on Apple TV

    1
    By Libraryfriend
    What’s the point of it if it doesn’t work? Watching on my iPad for now. But seriously. How hard is it to get an app working?
  • Missing support for TV app

    2
    By ❤ 
    The app both on iOS and, more importantly Apple TV, does not integrate with the TV app. This means that searching for shows in the TV app doesn’t include Acorn TV in the results nor does the recently watched section show anything watched on Acorn TV. The missing search results is really bad since it means you need to search in two places if you want to see if it’s in the AcornTV app as well as I our other apps (like iTunes, Netflix, Amazon, etc.). Not much point in having the app if your global searches won’t check it. 😔
  • Abysmal Tech Support

    2
    By KelleeKSikes
    I have had Acorn TV account since 2014. I subscribed on a whim to be able to watch full season of Miss Fischer’s Murder Mysteries (Now on Netflix). From time to time I have found other shows I like to watch. However... - Their buffering is awful on networks where Netflix, Hulu and Prime do not have issues - Many shows that are new to the app they release an episode a week, and movies and series may be on the app only for a blink of an eye with a month long teaser before they arrive - my mail box is constantly deluged with emails from Acorn on videos I can buy from them (um...I stream, I don’t buy) - Their interface is clunky and a pain to navigate, without a watch the next episode feature you are trying to remember where you left off - Their selection is small and most of it very old (I am curious to see how Brit Box compares But the Kiss of Death is the number of subscription tech issues I have had and the number of general tech issues, when the only support they provide is by email. And in most cases I have been sent a form reply that clearly shows that no one read my tech issue in the first place. Prefect example, for the last month I have not been able to watch anything on Acorn on my Apple TV, although it works fine on my iPad. Acorn says it is an issue with Apple and I need to resolve it through iTunes. Apple, after an hour on the phone with them and escalated to level 3 support says there is nothing wrong with my Acorn subscription, or the Apple TV - Apple Support is Great - but they could not resolve the problem so it is back to Acorn. Whose support takes DAYS to respond and who keeps sending me a form letter saying I need to address the issue in iTunes. This is probably tech issue 10 I have had in the last 4ish years. So... I am thinking of watching the last of Hamish McBeth and canceling my subscription before my annual renewal comes up in a few days. I just not sure the hassle is worth the limited and old show selection they have.
  • Paying for nothing

    1
    By DragonLady4
    I’m paying a subscription fee through iTunes for Acorn, but it won’t let me log in on my iPad. The content is first rate, but the company needs to fix the app.

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