The PlayStation Vue app is now officially available for Android phones and tablets. Sony recently announced that it would be releasing the app and held to its word. Vue is a streaming service that lets you watch movies, TV, sports and more without a cable subscription.
From the app's description:
PlayStation™Vue is a new TV service with live TV, movies and sports, without a cable or satellite subscription. Now available on Android Mobile. Download the app and sign-in with your Sony Entertainment Network account to get started. Available nationwide.
If interested in trying out the service, you can start a free trial now to check it out. After the trial there are a few different subscription plans, ranging from $40 to $55 per month. You can get started with the PlayStation Vue app on your compatible Android device now. Are you excited to see this, or are you content with your current streaming setup?
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