Sony today announced that it’s expanding its standalone internet TV streaming service PlayStation Vue to Android TV. Subscribers can watch their favorite TV shows, sports, and movies via PlayStation Vue on Android TV starting today. The company has also confirmed that PC and Mac web support for the service is going to be released soon, those who are interested in subscribing can already sign up for PlayStation Vue via the web so they don’t necessarily need a PlayStation console to get onboard.


PlayStation Vue has already been expanded to a handful of other platforms, including but not limited to Roku as well as iOS and Android mobile devices.

Those who are already subscribed to PlayStation Vue can start streaming on Android TV devices right now by downloading the PS Vue app on devices running Android OS 4.4 or up. Those who are subscribing for the first time get a seven day free trial through the PS Vue website. Sony offers a variety of plans in different price ranges.

The web experience is coming soon to PC and Mac. It will include some unique features such as a “mini-player” which will enable users to shrink the player to the corner of the browser window so that they can continue browsing PlayStation Vue for content to watch while streaming. Sony hasn’t said when the web experience will arrive, only that it’s “coming soon.”

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