Sling Media Launches SlingPlayer for Kindle Fire

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So if you’ve got a Slingbox and a Kindle Fire you can now stream your media thanks to the new app just released today. The price is $30 and personally I think that’s expensive for an app, especially since you’ve paid for the SlingBox and the Kindle Fire already…


Who: Sling Media, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of EchoStar, Corp., and makers of Slingbox and placeshifting technology

What: SlingPlayer for Kindle Fire application for’s Kindle Fire tablet

For more information, visit the SlingPlayer for Kindle Fire page.

When: Tuesday, Janauary 31, 2012 is the official launch date

Why: SlingPlayer for Kindle Fire allows Slingbox owners to extend their living room TV experience to their Kindle Fire tablets. When connected to a Slingbox SOLO or Slingbox PRO-HD, SlingPlayer for Kindle Fire makes it easy to watch their favorite shows, change channels, control their digital video recorder (DVR) anywhere their Kindle Fire can connect to the internet. They never have to miss another show or game, no matter where they are.

How: For $29.99, consumers can download the SlingPlayer for Kindle Fire application from the Amazon Appstore for Android.

  1 comment for “Sling Media Launches SlingPlayer for Kindle Fire

  1. February 1, 2012 at 8:09 pm

    Great deal.

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