Sling TV’s New Free Streaming Service is Now Available on The Amazon Fire TV, Google TV, Android, & Android TV





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Last week Sling TV announced that it is launching a free ad-supported streaming service called Sling Freestream. At first, it launched only on Roku, along with some smart TVs. As of today, Sling TV’s new Freestream service can now be accessed on Amazon Fire TVs, Android, Google TV, and Android TV.

Update: Sling TV reached out to say that, free content is now on these apps, but the full Freestream update has yet to come. So many of the features Freestream will offer will be rolled out to the Fire TV, Google TV, and Android TV later this year.

Sling Freestream offers access to over 210 channels and 41,000 on-demand movies and TV shows.

“Sling Freestream is a great new service that helps meet consumers’ evolving needs,” said Gary Schanman, group president of SLING TV. “We know some people want free content, some may want a year-round paid subscription, while others may want to subscribe for certain events or shows. We have coupled world-class content with the option to easily flex in and out of premium pay TV, creating a one-of-a-kind entertainment experience.”

Sling Freestream will be available on Roku, LG, Android TV, Fire TV Samsung, and Vizio devices through the Sling TV app. Support for the Apple TV, Xbox, and more will be coming in the months to come.

Here is some of what you should expect on Sling Freestrea news, sports, game shows and crime dramas to sitcoms, animal antics, nature, home improvement, cooking and more. Popular channels and programming include ABC News Live; Architectural Digest: “Open Door;” Buzzr: “Family Feud;” CBS News; Cheddar News: “Wake Up with Cheddar;” ESPN On Demand; ESR; Electric Now; FailArmy; FilmRise: “Hell’s Kitchen,” “Heartland,” “Forensic Files;” Maverick Black Cinema: “Boxed In,” “Dilemma,” “GoTraveler,” “Rick Steves Europe,” “Anthony Bourdain A Cook’s Tour;” The Pet Collective, The Walking Dead Universe and VH1 I Love Reality to name a few.

This all comes as ad-supported streaming services have become one of the fastest-growing areas in cord cutting.

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