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PlayStation Vue is on Android TV now, Mac and PC later

Dear cord-cutters, Sony has you covered.
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Sony keeps getting more serious about its cord-cutter service, PlayStation Vue. After announcing support for Android mobile devices in June, the company has revealed that its streaming app is now available on Android TV. If you have a set-top box powered by Google's platform, or a compatible TV, you just need to make sure you're running Android OS 4.4 or higher and you'll be good to go.

Additionally, web support for Mac and Windows PCs is coming soon, Sony said in a blog post. Although no specific timeline was disclosed, at least you know that feature is in the works. As an incentive for Android TV users who don't have a PS Vue account yet, Sony's offering free seven-day trial. That would be a good way to see if you like it more than, say, Sling TV or another internet TV service.

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