PlayStation Vue is Sony’s own streaming service created purposely for Play Station 4 owners, but it can also be used on other set ups. The streaming service is actually a lot more similar to services just like Dish’s Sling TV, that has live TV channels, sports networks and even HBO channels.
PlayStation Vue is supported currently by platforms such as iOS, Android, Roku and obviously Sony’s own PlaysStation 4. The new platform that will be able to supports Play Station Vue is going to be the Android Platform, and the next ones in line are PC and Mac, the Vue streaming device will bring some never heard of before features so that it will attract users, features like an incorporated mini-player. Sony has not confirmed an official date for the release of the PlayStation Vue version that is compatible with the PC and Mac.
An official announcement from Sony came today, announcing that the PlayStation Vue is finally coming to Android devices. The app can be found available for download on Android TV right now. PlayStation Vue can also be used on TV’s, but only TV’s that have Android operating systems, if you own a TV set-top box that runs on Android, make sure the operating system version is Android OS 4.4 or later and the streaming service can be installed on your TV.
Sony has made an announcement saying that they will give a seven day free trial for new people that do not have a PlayStation Vue account registered to their name yet. The seven day trial should be enough time for someone to check out the streaming service Sony presents, and to also see if it fits their needs and it’s to their liking.
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