Streaming Content: TV boxes allow you to stream content from various online services, such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, Disney+, YouTube, and many others. You can watch movies, TV shows, documentaries, and other videos directly on your TV through these streaming apps.

Internet Browsing: Some TV boxes come with web browsers, enabling you to browse the internet on your television. However, the browsing experience may not be as seamless as on a computer due to the limitations of using a remote control for navigation.

App Installation: TV boxes often have an app store or access to an app Tv Box marketplace, allowing you to install additional apps and games to expand the functionality of the device.

Screen Mirroring and Casting: Many TV boxes support screen mirroring or casting, which allows you to display content from your smartphone, tablet, or computer on the TV screen wirelessly.

Local Media Playback: TV boxes can play media files stored on external USB drives, microSD cards, or network-attached storage (NAS) devices. This allows you to watch your own videos, view photos, and listen to music on the TV.

Live TV and DVR Functionality: Some TV boxes offer access to live TV channels and may include features like digital video recording (DVR) to record and watch live TV shows at a later time.

Gaming: Certain TV boxes have gaming capabilities, allowing you to play casual games or access game streaming services.

Smart Home Integration: Some TV boxes are compatible with smart home devices and can be used as a central hub to control lights, thermostats, cameras, and other smart home appliances.

Voice Control: Many TV boxes come with voice-controlled remotes or support voice assistants like Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant, making it easy to search for content or perform tasks using voice commands.

Firmware Updates: TV boxes regularly receive firmware updates to improve performance, security, and add new features.