SLING TV is currently available through multiple platforms, including streaming devices, computers, gaming consoles, Smart TVs, mobile devices, tablets, and more!  


Wondering if your device is compatible with SLING TV? Check out our minimum system requirements below: 


DeviceRequirementsDevice Help
Amazon Fire Devices- All Amazon Fire TV devices
- Fire Tablets on Android OS 5.0 or higher
- Amazon Fire TV Edition by Element
Amazon Support >

Android tablets and smartphones

- OS Lollipop 5.0 or newerAndroid Support >
Android TV- OS Lollipop 5.0 or newer
- Select Smart TVs:
Sharp AQUOS
Sony Bravia
LeEco
AirTV Player
- AirTV Mini
Android TV Support >
Apple TV- 4th generation Apple TV or newer
-tvOS 10.0 and higher
Apple TV Support >
Google Chrome Browser- Most recent version of Chrome
- MAC OS
- WIndows 7 or 8.1
Chrome Support >

Chromebook

- Select Chromebook devicesChromebook Support >
Chromecast- All Chromecast devices
- Vizio SmartCast TVs
Chromecast Support >
Google Nest- Nest Hub
- Nest Hub Max
Nest Hub Support >
iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch)- iOS 11 or newer
- iPhone XS, XS Max devices
iOS Support >

LG TV

- WebOS 3.0 and higherLG TV Support >

Microsoft Edge Browser

- Most recent version of EdgeEdge Support >

Oculus Go

- Oculus Go 3.54 or higherOculus Support >

Portal TV

- Portal TV 6.11.967Portal Support >
Roku- Roku LT and higher
- Roku TVs from Hisense and TCL
Roku Support >

Safari Browser

- Most recent version of SafariSafari Support >

Samsung

- 2016-2019 Smart TVsSamsung Support >
TiVo Stream 4K- Most recent software versionTiVo Support >
Windows 10- All Windows 10 computer and enabled devicedWindows Support >
XBOX- XBOX One
- XBOX One S
- XBOX One X
XBOX Support >
Xfinity Flex- Most recent versionFlex Support >


Streaming on any of the above devices requires an internet connection.


Additional Supported Device Questions


Will SLING work on my older device?


The SLING app is compatible with the devices and versions listed above that can still receive operating system (OS) updates from their manufacturer. Older devices may not be able to support updates to streaming apps, including SLING. When this happens, manufacturers will stop releasing OS updates to these devices.

 

SLING may work on these older devices, however, as they cannot receive updates, the SLING app may become more unstable over time, and may eventually stop working altogether. The next tab details these devices that are no longer receiving updates, and devices that we’ve needed to discontinue support on.


Older and Discontinued Devices



We’ve discontinued support for the following devices:


Manufacturer

Effective Date

Device

Apple

April 16, 2020
  • iPad (2nd generation)
  • iPad Mini (1st generation)
  • iPad (3rd generation)
  • iPhone 4S
  • iPod Touch (5th generation)
  • iPad (4th generation)
  • iPhone 5
  • iPhone 5C


Manufacturer

Effective Date

Device

Roku

June 29, 2020
  • Roku LT 2400X
  • Roku LT 2450X
  • Roku 1 HD 2500X
  • Roku 2 HD 3000X
  • Roku 2 HD 3050X
  • Roku 2 XS 3100X
  • Roku Streaming Stick 3400X
  • Roku Streaming Stick 3420X


ManufacturerEffective DateDevice
Xfinity X1October 21, 2020- Arris Xg1v1
-Pace Xg1v1
- Pace Xg1v3
- Xg1v4
- Xi5


ManufacturerEffective DateDevice
RokuNovember 9, 2020
  • Roku LT 2700
  • Roku 1 2710
  • Roku 2