Thinking about subscribing to Sling TV? Wondering what TV Everywhere apps for Sling TV are available for you to use? In this guide, we’ll discuss everything you need to know about signing in to TV Everywhere apps and websites with Sling TV. Let’s get started.
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The Full List of TV Everywhere Apps With Sling TV Support
Below, we’ve put together a quick list of all of the channels provided by Sling TV which support TV Everywhere and allow you to use your login to access on-demand and live content.
- beIN SPORTS CONNECT
- FOX Network
- Fox Business
- Fox Sports
- Golf Channel
- Longhorn Network
- NBA TV
- NBC Sports
- NBC Universo
- NFL Network
- Olympic Channel
As time goes on and Sling TV adds support for more TV Everywhere networks, this may change. You can always see an updated list of supported networks using this link from Sling TV, though.
How Does TV Everywhere Work With Sling TV?
If you’ve ever used your cable login to sign into a website or app like ESPN, you’ll already be familiar with the process. You can visit the website or download the app for any of the above services.
Then, when you’re asked to sign in with a cable provider, just select “Sling TV” as your provider, and sign in with your Sling TV credentials. It’s the same process as using any other TV provider.
Do I Have to Pay Extra To Use TV Everywhere With Sling TV?
Nope! TV Everywhere support is part of your Sling TV subscription package, and available for free for every app and website that supports it. You won’t have to pay any extra fees or hidden costs in order to use TV Everywhere apps. Just sign in and enjoy live and on-demand content.
Why Should I Bother Using TV Everywhere Apps With Sling TV?
First, TV Everywhere apps often have more on-demand content, including past seasons of some shows. That’s a great benefit.
In addition, using a TV Everywhere app can sometimes help you get around device limitations. Sling TV, for example, supports the Xbox One console, but not the PlayStation 4. So if you want to watch a channel like ESPN on your PlayStation 4, you could download the ESPN app for PlayStation 4, then use your Sling TV login to watch ESPN live on your PlayStation 4.
The final reason to use a TV Everywhere app is that it does not count against your simultaneous streams. If you have Sling Orange, for example, you’re limited to using only one device at a time.
But if you sign into a TV Everywhere app, like ESPN, with your Sling TV subscription, this does not count against your simultaneous streams. Someone else can watch TV on the Sling TV app, and you can still watch ESPN with the ESPN TV Everywhere app.
What’s On Sling TV?
Curious about what’s on Sling TV right now? The Flixed TV Guide for Sling TV has a full lineup of channels, shows, and events. Check it out now, and see what you can watch on Sling today!
What Devices Are Supported By TV Everywhere Apps?
Device support varies, based on the network you want to watch. But the majority of TV Everywhere apps support web browsers as well as iOS and Android. Most also will support living room devices like Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Roku, and Apple TV. Some operating system version limitations may exist for these devices.
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