Sling TV made its debut on mobile devices and Fire TV a few months back and with its announcement brought a solid line-up of live TV programming for just $20 a month. It is a pretty big move that certainly pushes towards the cord cutters more so than others have done so in the past. It was announced that Xbox One would also be supported, but the official launch date was a bit of a mystery. That changes today as the Sling TV service is now officially available for Xbox One owners.
Another fairly unique aspect of Sling TV is that they don’t try to rope you in to a contract. Everything is month to month. With Apple reportedly on the cusp of launching its own subscription based TV service, Sling TV is posed well to compete with everyone else who doesn’t own Apple products and will likely turn out to be its only competitor until we start seeing what ShowTime, HBO and others have up their sleeves. Although, I have only heard that each premium channel is planning to offer its own separate streaming only subscription app service.
To grab the app for your Xbox One follow the simple instructions laid out by Sling TV.
Source: Xbox News