Sling TV now works in the browser

From Techcrunch


Despite having been one of the first to offer live, streaming TV over the internet, Dish’s Sling TV service has just now introduced a way to watch its service via a web browser. The company is today launching an in-browser player for Google Chrome. The player, which is still in beta, will work on both Windows and Mac devices, the company notes.

Via the web player, you’re able to watch live TV and on-demand content, much like you can on Sling’s other platforms.

Like the desktop app, or Sling’s apps for mobile, game consoles, and streaming devices like Roku, the Sling web player includes access to key features like the “Continue Watching” ribbon for keeping up with in-progress shows and the personalized “My TV” section. Shows are organized in themed sections, like Sports, Kids, Lifestyle, Comedy, Drama and more, and you can click over to other sections, like the Guide, Movies, and Sports tabs.

Access to Search and your Settings is also available.

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