PlayStation Vue is live on Android TV

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The live television streaming service from Sony is now on Android TV devices.

Sony’s PlayStation Vue, which launched in 2015, is now open for streaming on televisions and set-top boxes powered by Android TV.

This just adds to the number of devices you can stream anything from football to premium cable shows like Westworld on without having a traditional television provider subscription.

Here’s the pricing model:

  • Access: 55+ channels, including live cable TV, movies, and sports channels for $29.99 per month ($39.99 in cities with major live local broadcast stations*).
  • Core: 70+ channels, including all the channels from Access with the addition of live national and regional sports networks for $34.99 per month ($44.99 in cities with major live local broadcast stations*).
  • Elite: 100+ channels, featuring all the channels from Core with the addition of top movie and entertainment channels for $44.99 per month ($54.99 in cities with major live local broadcast stations*).
  • Ultra: HBO and SHOWTIME, plus all the 100+ channels from Elite for $64.99 per month ($74.99 per month in cities with major live local broadcast stations*).

Soon, Sony will add support for PC and Mac devices as well. It’ll include a special mini-player feature in which PlayStation Vue continues streaming in a small box while you do other things on your computer.

Never experienced PlayStation Vue before? Sony is giving new customers a free 7-day trial when signing up through the service’s site. Then you can enjoy live television streaming from phones, tablets, televisions, set-top boxes, and more before deciding whether or not PlayStation Vue is right for you.

Source: Sony


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