Sling TV, the internet television service will soon launch the new DVR Beta Cloud. When launching, it will select its Roku users starting with December. However, Sling TV has promised its fans the launch of other supported devices in next months. This innovative update will permit users to tape approximately a hundred hours of your favorite TV series, talk-shows or cartoons for your kids.
What is more, the DVR service is also able to register several shows at the same time. Isn’t that amazing? Roger Lynch, who is the chief executive of Sling TV, has argued that back in 2014 they succeeded in becoming the first live provider, which was categorized as over-the-top. The most significant aspect regarding their evolution is that they continued to develop, making available the best experience for their users.
Everybody was pleased to test and then use this revolutionary television service bound to suit to all members of your family. The new DVR Beta Cloud will be available only with Roku devices, in the beginning. These devices need to be subscribed to the single-stream service of Sling TV, namely Sling Orange. However, customers can only choose the multi-stream service known as Sling Blue.
Every user will be able to tape any TV shows, a full season of your favorite series, maybe some sequences from your favorite movie, or even sports games that you don’t want to miss or you want to remember. All of these will be possible by using the DVR controls to fast-forward, rewind or pause. Unfortunately, DVR will not function in this way for every channel. What is more, users still expect Sling TV to specify which channel is not supported by the functionality of the DVR Cloud.
This new feature, DVR Beta Cloud was created especially for the appropriate use of the customers, being equipped with many built-in updates meant to facilitate your experience. The DVR updates will be included in “My TV” Sling screen, thus allowing users to access the new DVR Cloud very easy. When they reach a maxed out storage, then Sling TV will immediately provide space for new recordings, automatically deleting old ones.
Those who already subscribed to Sling TV and also own a Roku and desire to be among the first persons to test the new DVR feature may ask for an invitation from Sling TV to take part in the beta service.
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