Today Sling TV announced that they are launching an in-browser player on Google Chrome. The in-browser streaming is available in beta for all new and existing Sling TV customers, you can now watch live and on-demand television directly in their web browser, with no app required.
If you want to start watching Sling TV content on Google Chrome, just log in to your account at sling.com and click “Watch Now” to on supported versions of Windows and Mac OS.
“The Sling TV experience on Google Chrome is not only fast, intuitive and incredibly simple to use, it also gives customers the added benefit of seamlessly starting live and on-demand television with a click of their mouse,” said Jimshade Chaudhari, vice president of product management for Sling TV. “Sling customers can stream their favorite can’t-miss content, like live NFL games or the next episode of ‘Game of Thrones’ on Sling.com without the hassles of downloading plug-ins or logging in to another device.”
The beta version of Sling TV’s in-browser player include features like “My TV” and the “Continue Watching” ribbon, plus easy access to account settings, parental controls and more. According to Sling TV they will “continue to roll out additional features on Google Chrome, including DVR and grid guide.”
Sling TV is asking for feedback about their new in-browser Chrome experience. If you have feed back you can contact the Sling TV product team by emailing [email protected].
You can download the latest version of Chrome by visit google.com/chrome.
Google Chrome support joins a long list of devices Sling TV already supports including:
- Apple TV, 4th generation
- Amazon Fire
- Android TV
- Xbox One
- mobile phone with iOS 9 and higher
- mobile phones with Android 4.4 and higher
- Apple computers with Lion 10.7 and newer
- PCs with Windows 10 and newer
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