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Sling TV adds Cloud DVR for Android & Roku users

slingtv-dish-logos-ces-2015It’s been about a month since Sling TV launched their Cloud DVR service for Amazon Fire TV and Fire tablets, and now the company is making the off-site storage available to both Android and Roku users. The service costs an extra $5 per month and adds 50 hours of programming with any Sling TV subscription.

Not all channels are available to record to the Cloud DVR, but the programs that are can be accessed anywhere and anytime on supporting devices. In addition, the service features conflict-free recording and no expiration date on recordings unless you run out of room and the DVR’s auto-management deletes older programs to make room for new ones.

New supporting devices include Roku streaming media players, Roku TV, Android TV, and Android mobile devices.

To add the service, customers can visit sling.com and choose the “Add Cloud DVR” option.

Sling says they’ll also be adding support for Apple TV in the coming weeks.

Jeff Chabothttps://hd-report.com
Jeff has a background in photography, video and television production. He writes about technology, broadcasting, home theater, and digital entertainment.

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