Apple TV users with Sling TV subscriptions can now add cloud DVR storage with 50 hours of programming for just $5 per month. The new service for Apple TV comes just weeks after Sling TV announced Cloud DVR add-on storage for Roku and Chromecast devices.
With Sling’s “First Look” Cloud DVR service, programs and channels can be accessed anywhere and anytime on supporting devices, although not all channels are eligible to record to the DVR. In addition, Sling’s DVR service features conflict-free recording and no expiration date on recordings unless you run out of room. You can, however, set the DVR auto-management to delete older programs to make room for new ones.
Apple TV now joins newly added Roku streaming media players, Roku TVs, Android TVs, and Android mobile devices, as well as the already-supported Amazon Fire TVs and Fire tablets. (Note: Dish’s AirTV Player is not currently compatible with Cloud DVR.)
To add the service, customers can visit sling.com, log in, and choose the “Add Cloud DVR” option.
Sling says they’re bringing more device support in the near future, but with the addition of Apple TV they have covered most of the major players.
Source: Sling Blog