Sling TV’s cloud DVR now works on the Apple TV
Sling TV is making its cloud DVR add-on available to subscribers who watch the streaming service with an Apple TV. The company charges $5 extra per month for 50 hours of cloud storage. The DVR is already available for customers using Roku, Amazon Fire TV devices, and Android. Sling TV is still referring to this as a “First Look,” as the DVR feature is still being worked on — and it doesn’t work at all on some channels due to licensing rights. Cloud DVR recordings remain available for as long as you’re a Sling TV subscriber and, assuming your shows are eligible, the feature allows for all the simultaneous recordings one could need. Sling TV is using that “recordings stick around for as long as you’re a customer” as a selling point... Continue reading…
Sling TV is making its cloud DVR add-on available to subscribers who watch the streaming service with an Apple TV. The company charges $5 extra per month for 50 hours of cloud storage. ...
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