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How to Install Now TV on Chromebook



Now TV on Chromebook

NOW, formerly called NOW TV, is a UK-based streaming application that mostly comprises Britain TV shows, movies, live sports, and more. With this application, you can stream 1000+ movies and TV shows in different quality formats. Now service can be accessed via the website or app. The Now TV app is available for all major devices, including Chromebook. Chromebooks are laptops developed by Google Inc. The Chromebook runs on ChromeOS and has a simple UI compared to Windows and Mac.

If you are a Chromebook user, you can install the Now app from the Play Store. Alternatively, you can watch Now content by visiting the Now TV website from a browser on your Chromebook. If you cannot access the Now service on Chromebook, set up a VPN on Chromebook and connect the VPN server to the UK to unblock the geo-restrictions.

NOW TV Subscription Plans

Since NOW TV is a subscription-based service, you need to purchase a NOW TV pass to access the content in the Now app. You can visit the official website of NOW to get a subscription. You can also cancel the Now TV premium anytime. There are four different types of subscription packages available.

  • Entertainment Pass – £14.99/month.
  • Cinema Pass – £9.99/month.
  • Sports Pass – £33.99/month.
  • Hayu Pass – £4.99/month.

How to Install NOW TV on Chromebook

Follow the steps below to install the NOW app on your Chromebook.

Enable Google Play Store on Chromebook

You have to enable the Google Play Store on Chromebook to install the NOW app.

1. You can find the Quick Settings Panel in the lower right corner. Click on the Quick Settings Panel.

Click on Quick Settings Panel

2. Tap the Settings icon from the Quick Settings Panel.

Select Settings

3. Scroll down and find the Google Play Store section.

4. Click the Turn On button near the Google Play Store option.

Turn on Google Play Store to install NOW TV on Chromebook

5. Final step is to accept the terms and conditions.

Accept terms and conditions to install Now TV

Download Now App on Chromebook

Now, you can follow the steps listed below to install the NOW app on your Chromebook.

1. Open the Play Store on Chromebook and search for the Now app.

Install Now TV on Chromebook

2. From the search result, select the NOW app.

3. Click on the Install button.

4. You have successfully installed the NOW app on your Chromebook.

5. Then, launch the NOW app and sign in to your account.

6. Choose your favorite movie or TV show and enjoy watching it on your Chromebook.

Alternate Way to Stream Now TV on Chromebook

1. Open a web browser on your Chromebook and go to the official website of Now TV.

2. Tap the My Account button exhibited at the top and select Sign in.

Select Sign in

3. Type the email ID and password of your Now TV account.

4. Then, click the Sign in button.

Enter Now TV credentials

5. Once you’re in, play any sports content on the Now TV website and stream it on your Chromebook.

How to Avoid Geo-Restriction?

The media in the NOW TV app are geo-restricted and available only for UK users. The users outside the UK must need a VPN on their Chromebook to access NOW TV media. If you’re not residing in the UK region, install a VPN on your Chromebook and then access the NOW TV media without any restrictions. There are so many Chromebook VPNs available on the market. We recommend you use ExpressVPN. It will encrypt your online activities and prevents others from tracking your activities.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. How do I install NOW TV on Chromebook?

You can install NOW TV from the Play Store on Chromebook.

2. How to fix the Now app not working on Chromebook?

The first thing to do is to update the Now app to the latest version. If the problem continues, delete the app from Chromebook and reinstall the app.

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