I hadn't heard of it, but i know there are a lot of apps like it, all of them (as far is i know) illegal, even though if you search websites for such services, many will claim them to be legal. Maybe they get a cut from the adds in those apps or are affiliated in other ways. Mobdro, Live Planet tv, Live Net tv, Free etv... they are all illegal. Some people here still seem to think the ever popular cycling broadcast site TIZ is legal.Because it looked fancy through rose-colored glasses. (And there was site-sourced advertising--heck, I don't know, I really did think so, though.)
I did write the "contact us" email at L'Equipe TV and asked if there was any way I could subscribe to a feed and got a semi-testy email back in English (I guess they didn't think much of my French, which, well, fair) about "restrictions geographic." Geo-restrictions are something else I'm not down with, in any medium. Take my money.
There are countries where you can go to the market on the street, get a legit looking tv box with a subscription of 10-20 euro per month, and get all channels in Europe, lol. A friend of mine owns an appartment in Spain and didn't know how to watch Belgian tv, so he got that, thinking it was legit and legal. Haha. (Particularly funny, since the subscription he's paying in Belgium allows him to watch Belgian tv all over Europe online, which he didn't know either). I guess the closest you can get to watching such content legal, is to get a subscription to a decent VPN service (to circumvent geoblocking) and get a subscription on the service from the country you want to watch, and pretend to live in that country. At least that way you know the copyrights holders are getting paid.