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Sling TV Now Supports More Than 14 Devices & Platforms

Family sitting in living room with remote control smilingSling TV was the first live TV streaming service available to cord cutters and it has wasted no time in adding new devices over the last year.

Not only is Sling TV on every major streaming player, including as the only live TV streaming service on the Apple TV and Android TV, but it is also on many other devices.

The following lists all the devices and platforms Sling TV currently supports:

Roku Streaming Stick w_remoteTVs & Streaming Players

firePhones & Tablets

xboxGaming Consoles

Image of happy woman using laptop while sitting at cafe. Young african american woman sitting in a coffee shop and working on laptop.Laptops & Computers

  • Mac (Lion 10.7 & Higher)
  • Windows (7 & Higher)

A few key stand out on this list is the inclusion of the Xbox One. Sling TV is the only live TV streaming service on the Xbox One. Sling TV is also the only streaming service with Mac and Windows applications, which allows you to watch live TV on your laptop or desktop as you travel or work.

There are still several devices and platforms many hope Sling TV will add. The primary hope is that someday Sling TV will add a browser version allowing Chromebook and Linux users to access Sling TV on the road.

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One Response to Sling TV Now Supports More Than 14 Devices & Platforms

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    Christopher William Francis Po September 19, 2016 at 3:27 pm #

    Sling is looking like a good all in one service for typically cable/dish type channels for one price. But, can it be recorded? I am considering a PC tower hooked directly to my TV as a cord cutting solution so hardware/software additions wouldn’t be a problem.