Sling TV Expands Availability on Android Devices

Today, Sling announced that they have extended their in-browser player support and that Sling is now available on Chrome to all Android mobile users. While Sling TV was already available on Chrome for desktop, Sling subscribers on their Android mobile devices can now get their content quickly and easily, without needing to download another app.

To start streaming, Android mobile customers using Chrome version of 56 or later can sign in on Sling.com and begin watching immediately. New Sling TV customers can simply choose their service on sling.com and click “Watch Now” to stream live and on-demand content on Sling.

First time subscribers can still get 40% off of their first month of Sling Orange, Sling Blue, or a Sling Orange + Sling Blue combo.

And don’t forget, Sling is currently offering deals on streaming devices when you prepay for Sling TV. Get a free Roku Express or a free AirTV Mini when you prepay for two months of Sling, or half off of a Roku Ultra when you prepay for three months of Sling.

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