TVBox is a Windows freebie developed to allow users watch online TV with ease.
The design of the GUI is the one that makes everything impressively easy to use, although you may discover several drawbacks as you explore the application.
There's no search feature available, but TVBox lets users pick a channel by choosing from the available categories, countries and languages.
While categories include business, education, sports, news, music or kids, the “Country” drop-down menu provides access to channels from Canada, France, Romania, Russia, Thailand, Turkey or the USA.
A channel list panel is also included in the same main window, with a history tab to enable you easily reopen a channel that you previously loaded. What's more, you can add the items you like the most to favorites and access them again with just a single click.
The most important problem is that TVBox comprises only a small number of stations and you're not even allowed to add new ones or edit the existing entries. What's more, some of the listed streams are dead, so only a few channels actually work as they were supposed to.
On the other hand, TVBox doesn't require advanced computer knowledge to work properly and runs smoothly on all Windows iterations.
All things considered, TVBox does what it says and it not only lacks many important features, but it also needs major updates to the existing ones. More channels, an integrated search feature and stable links would definitely help a lot.