When Sony launched its service PlayStation Vue in the United States at the beginning of last year, it was available only in certain markets, and the system worked only on hardware Sony PlayStation.
Over the past year the company has added support for additional devices, lowered the starting price of the device to $ 30 per month (or $ 40 in some cities), and the whole service has become much easier. Users can easily get access to Live TV and recorded TV Sony, which is transmitted through the Internet
Now, PlayStation Vue coming to two more platforms:. Starting today you can get access to the service on a Roku device, and starting next week PlayStation Vue will be available for Android-devices.
Android app is designed to work with smartphones and tablets running version 4.4 or later. It also supports Chromecast and other devices Google Cast (and thus, you can use your phone as a remote control and watch the contents of the TV on the gadget display).
So far there is no word on when PlayStation Vue will be available for . of iOS and Apple TV
Rivals in PlayStation Vue abound: Apple TV, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Chromecast, Xbox One, Windows, Mac, Android, Amazon Fire for phones and tablets. All they can transmit TV services via the Internet
Author:. Stepan Mazur
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