Sony has confirmed that its PlayStation Vue TV streaming service is expanding to Roku devices today. It has also confirmed when the service is going to be launched for Android devices. Sony decided to add support for Roku devices after launching PlayStation Vue nationwide, users provided feedback to the company that they wanted the service to have support for both Roku and Android.


Starting today, PlayStation Vue is available on the Roku Streaming Stick, Roku Streaming players, and Roku TV. Those who already have an account can simply download the PlayStation Vue app on their Roku device and begin streaming live TV.

Those who don’t have a PlayStation Vue account can sign up for the seven-day free trial through the service’s website. It’s also possible to sign up for the service through a PlayStation 3 or PlayStation 4.

To find specific information about pricing and channel lineup that PlayStation Vue offers in your city visit the official website to get all of the details, including details on live local stations and regional sports programming.

Sony has also confirmed that it’s going to launch the PlayStation Vue mobile app for Android next week. This will enable users to take advantage of their existing subscription to stream TV through Vue on Android smartphones and tablets running version 4.4 or higher. It will have support for Chromecast at launch.

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