Wirefly

About Android
SlingPlayer Mobile hits Android Market

Wirefly Learn » Android Phones » About Android

June 22nd, 2010

Atom RSS2 RSS

By Ari Driessen
Follow Ari on Twitter

If you’re both a SlingPlayer and Android fan, until today you’ve likely looked on with envy as your compatriots flip through live TV channels on their BlackBerrys or watch their favorite DVR’d shows from their iPhones. Well today, for the same relatively princely price that we’ve seen in Apple’s App Store, Android users can officially get in on all the live streaming fun.

Provided you have a Slingbox Solo, Pro, or Pro-HD and $30 to spare, you can enjoy live, recorded or on-demand TV right from your Android-powered smartphone over your respective 3G, 4G, or WiFi network. Although Sling Media lists a number of pre-approved Android devices that are tried and tested to work with the SlingPlayer app, the company encourages users to try the software out with any Android device, offering a full refund within 24 hours if users aren’t satisfied.

For some SlingPlayer action on the HTC EVO 4G, check out the video at right (courtesy of YouTube’s “TheMisterSling”).

Related posts:

  1. SlingPlayer Mobile TV for BlackBerry – Video Demo
  2. HTC Tattoo to Enter Android Market at Entry-Level
  3. T-Mobile HD2 Unlock Hits the Streets
  4. Android Phones Taking Bite out of Apple’s Market Share

Comment

* indicates a required field. email will not be published

Become a Fan on Facebook Become a Fan
on Facebook.
Follow Wirefly on Twitter Follow Wirefly
on Twitter.
Discover Wirefly on YouTube Discover Wirefly
on YouTube.
Discover Wirefly on YouTube