Slings TV Streaming Service got a new update that allows AirPlay to stream its contents to other devices from an iPhone or iPad. Latest version 6.3.9 enables Sling TV to now deliver AirPlay content to the Apple TV from your iPhone or iPad, selected Smart TVs, or other AirPlay devices. Appleosophy first found this. He in his blog stated:
“You can now cast SlingTV from iOS using Apple AirPlay on TVs/devices that support Airplay. Also many player bug fixes that make viewing content more reliable.”
Sling now supports AirPlay, joining a long list of other apps. As more and more TVs embrace AirPlay, this is a game-changing opportunity for the folks who use it to cast & enjoy it on the large screen with a few taps. Additionally, numerous player bugs have been addressed to improve the reliability of viewing content. All that remains is for you to ensure that your television is AirPlay capable.
Sling TV is a video streaming service that allows for the streaming of both free and paid television on any device. Users can watch ABC News Live, CNN, TBS, TNT, Cartoon Network, Disney, and ESPN, among others, on the 200+ channels available.
Additionally, the service broadcasts in 22 different languages, including Spanish, Hindi, and Arabic. Sling TV is available for $30 per month and can be accessed via the iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, or Mac.
While many other applications are primarily focused on audio, many others support AirPlay 2 support, which enables simultaneous audio streaming for two devices, such as a pair of HomePods, HomePod minis, or even two AirPods.
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