Well, normally it costs $30, as right now visitors to their respective app stores can pick up the app for just $14.99, which should be a lot more palatable, especially if you recently picked up an iPad or Nexus 7 and got a bit of sticker shock when you realized you had to repurchase the app for a tablet. Owners just moving into mobile will be able to outfit a tablet and smartphone for the regular cost of just one device – we imagine that this might sit particularly well with those of you who recently joined the realm of tablet owners with Google’s popular new Nexus tablet.
Of course a SlingBox itself is not small purchase (ranging from $150 to $300 for the HD version), but for people that want to make their normal TV content available everywhere (even on the go) there are few options that work as seamlessly. If you are a SlingBox owner and want to pick up a couple more SlingPlayer apps, don’t wait too long, as the deal ends July 22nd. SlingPlayer apps are available for iOS and Android devices, the Kindle Fire, and WP7, BlackBerry, Palm, and Symbian phones. Grab a redirect to your favorite app store at the source link below.