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PlayStation Vue launches on Roku, coming to Android next week

22 Jun 2016 | Rasmus Larsen |

Sony’s online TV service PlayStation Vue has expanded to Roku boxes and TVs. It is also coming to Android phones and tablets next week.

PlayStation Vue on Roku

If you want a classic bundle of TV channels delivered over the internet instead of through an antenna cable PlayStation Vue might be for you. For now, Sony has made PS Vue available in the US only.

PlayStation Vue on Roku


Sony is now bringing a new PlayStation Vue app to Roku devices, including all Roku streaming players, Roku Streaming Stick, and Roku TVs.

You can select from three packages: Access with 55+ channels for $29.99, Core with 70+ channels for $34.99, and Elite with 100+ channels for $44.99. Additional fees apply in major cities (New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, Dallas, San Francisco & Miami) with live local broadcast stations.

PlayStation Vue is also available on PS4, PS3, Amazon Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, Chromecast as well as Apple iPhone and iPad. There is no app for Android TV or Apple TV, which seems like a huge miss.

Sony says that PlayStation Vue is also coming to Android phones and tablets next week.

- Source: Sony



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