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What devices and platforms are supported by Peacock?

Peacock is available across a variety of devices.

Web Browsers:
Chrome 75+ (Windows/Mac)
Firefox 88+ (Windows/Mac)
MS Edge 80+ (Windows/Mac)
Safari 12+ (Mac)
Mobile and Tablet Devices:
Android: 6.0 or above
iOS: 12 or above

Connected TVs, Game Consoles and Streaming Devices:

Android TV: Peacock is supported on a wide variety of Android TV-enabled Smart TVs, such as Sony Bravia, and set-top boxes, including NVIDIA Shield, running Android OS 5.1 and above.

Apple TV: Apple TV HD (4th Generation or above) with tvOS 13 or above

Chromecast: 1st Generation or above, including Chromecast with Google TV

LG Smart TV: LG WebOS 3.5 or above

PlayStation:
PlayStation 4
PlayStation 5

Roku:
Roku 2 (4210X model only)
Roku 3 & 4 (model 4200X or later)
Roku Streaming Stick (model 3600X or later)
Roku Express/Express+ (model 3900X or later)
Roku Premiere/Premiere+ (model 3920X or later)
Roku Ultra/Ultra LT (model 4640X or later) 
Roku TV and Smart Soundbar (model 5000X or later)

Samsung Smart TV: Peacock is supported on models from 2017 or later. If you’re unsure, you can check your model number and year here.

Vizio TV: SmartCast 2.0 or 3.0 (from 2016 and newer)

Xbox:
Xbox One
Xbox Series X
Xbox Series S

Cable Provider Set Top Boxes:
Cox:
Contour Box with Voice Remote
Contour Stream Player

Xfinity:
XG1v1 (Arris)
XG1v3
XG1v4
XG2v2
XiD
Xi3
Xi5
Xi6
Flex


At the moment, Amazon Fire TVs are not supported by Peacock, but we are in continued discussions with these and other platforms to bring Peacock to additional devices. 

While Peacock is not available in the Amazon Appstore, some users have been able to sideload Peacock onto their Amazon Fire TV.  To find out more, users can search for ‘How to Sideload Peacock on Amazon Fire TV’ on the web.  Again, sideloading is not supported by Peacock and is pursued at a user’s own risk.