LES MILLS+ lets you do your workouts on the most popular devices. To access the platform, all you will need is a high-speed broadband connection! We recommend a speed of at least 500kbps for the lowest quality setting.

NOTE: For detailed instructions on how to set up LES MILLS+ on your select device, click here to watch videos, or check out the related articles at the bottom of the page for written instructions.

Watching via the website:

You can access the LES MILLS+ website platform from almost any device you have on hand! All you need to do to access this is head here from one of the below supported browsers, sign in to your active account, and you are ready to go. 

  • Chrome 30+
  • Firefox 27+
  • Internet Explorer 11
  • Microsoft Edge
  • Safari 9+

Watching via your phone and/or tablet:

In addition to our website, LES MILLS+ workouts are also available through our apps on the following devices.

Simply search on 'LES MILLS+' in each device's app store to find us. Once the app is downloaded, sign in to access our library. If our app does not appear when you search in the app store, the app is not available for your particular version of that device. Please reach out to us if you believe this is an error!

NOTE: Mobile data connection speeds and streaming quality will vary by carrier. We recommend downloading videos to your device if traveling to areas with limited internet connectivity - you can find out how to do this here

Watching via your TV:

To stream LES MILLS+ via your TV, you can use the following devices to download our TV app:

If you do not have one of the above devices allowing you to download the app on your TV, you can try cast/screen mirror using the following instead:
  • Chromecast: connect a Chromecast to any TV and you can stream straight from another device
  • AirPlay: connect an Apple TV (any generation) to any TV and you can stream from another Apple device
  • Cable: connect your laptop to your TV using an HDMI cable

TV browser: If your Smart TV has a web browser, you may be able to stream our content that way, but it is not recommended, and we are unable to provide support. Most TV's run outdated versions of web browsers that are not secure, and do not let customers install newer or alternate versions. We continually update our software, therefore cannot guarantee that any web browser working now will continue to work in the future. 

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