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Sling Media updates Windows Mobile client, adds tons of devices

Updated Dec 19th, 2018 6:11PM EST

As BlackBerry users sit patiently and wait for the official BlackBerry beta program to FINALLY get under way, Sling Media has just cranked out a new build of its Windows Mobile application with a host of improvements. Most notably, SlingPlayer Mobile now supports 16 additional handsets sporting a range of display resolutions that had previously been unsupported. Is your weapon of choice among the list of newly-supported phones? Look no further:

  • AT&T HTC Fuze
  • AT&T LG Incite
  • AT&T Pantech Duo
  • AT&T Samsung Epix
  • HP iPAQ 910
  • Palm Treo Pro
  • Sony Ericsson X1
  • Sprint HTC Touch Diamond
  • Sprint HTC Touch Pro
  • Sprint Samsung ACE
  • Sprint Treo 800w
  • Verizon HTC Touch Pro
  • Verizon Samsung Omnia
  • Verizon Samsung Saga
  • Verizon XV6900
  • Motorola Q9h

The folks over at Sling sure have been busy lately but you know we’re never satisfied… What’s up with an iPhone app fellas? Oh well, hopefully we’ll get there soon enough. In the meantime if you’re a Slingbox owner with one of the devices listed above, definitely click through to the download page and get slinging.


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