Sky introduced that its non-contract streaming service, pay-as-you-go, Now TV is now available on Apple TV in the UK. The service will only help Sky Sports day get through now, though.
Now sports followers in the UK will have the opportunity to purchase the 24-hour cross for £ 9.99 via their iTunes account, which provides unlimited entry to Sky Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Sky Sports F1 and Sky Sports News for the day.
“It was a busy year for Now TV, as we continue to expand access to our high quality content, launching on the popular platforms that our customers use,” said Now TV director Gidon Katz.
“Now TV Sky Sports daily pass is perfect for sports fans with Apple TV who want the flexibility to choose which live events they want to watch from the comfort of their own sofa.”
Since its launch in March 2012, Now TV has moved to your PC, Mac, Android, iOS, Roku, YouView, Xbox and PlayStation. Which platforms will help you more than just getting through the day with sports, however, and we want to see different Now TV options coming to Apple TV sooner or later, like Sky Movies and Sky Entertainment.
Having stated that, with the addition of Sky Sports on Apple TV, customers now have access to a large amount of content material on the system, increasing Apple’s presence in the lounge.
UK prospects are likely to be in a position to watch iTunes movies and TV shows, listen to their favorite music, access Netflix, Sky News, Bloomberg, YouTube, Vevo, Vimeo, Flickr, Crunchyroll and more on Apple TV and new channels are often added, meaning that the $ 99 field’s attraction is increasing.
It is rumored that Apple is working to turn Apple TV directly into a decoder with an iOS-like interface and cloud-based DVR performance, to erase excellence between permanent TV and demand, so we’re trying to figure out what it is the system in the 12 months of 2014.
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