Sling Media's SlingPlayer Mobile app is available to Windows Phone 7 owners, the company announced yesterday.
The company latest app retails for $29.99 in the Windows Marketplace. Once downloaded, users can connect the program to their Slingbox Solo or Slingbox Pro-HD and watch television programming from home on their handset. Users can change channels and watch recorded shows within the app. The service works on both 3G and Wi-Fi, Sling Media said.
The Windows Phone 7 app joins the company's iPhone and Android apps, which provide the same functionality as its latest release. Those two versions also retail for $29.99.
Sling Media is best known for its Slingbox. The device connects to users' AV source at home, allowing them to watch programming while away on a computer or mobile device. Theretails for $179.99, while the , which allows users to connect up to three home-theater devices, sells for $299.99.
In addition to Sling Media's Windows Phone 7 app, the company is getting close to releasing an iPad version of SlingPlayer Mobile. According to ZatzNotFunny, Sling Media sent an e-mail to customers recently saying the app was "about to launch." The company said on its Web site that the app will cost $29.99 and "take full advantage of the iPad's beautiful display."