Sky Anytime Plus adds video on demand service to Sky HD

Pocket-Lint: Sky is set to launch a video on demand service called Sky Anytime Plus later in the year, the broadcaster has confirmed to Pocket-lint.

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We've got the exclusive first look at Sky's awesome new Star Wars remote controls

TechRadar: "You may have noticed by now that we're a little obsessed with all things Star Wars at techradar towers, so when Sky offered us the first glimpse of its new Star Wars themed remotes we jumped at the chance faster than a stormtrooper onto a Rebel blockade runner."

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Sky Launches #WatchOnSky Interactive Twitter Hashtag

Sky has launched a new interactive hashtag on Twitter. The new tool will be used by Sky to group tweets on upcoming sporting events and movies using the hashtag #WatchOnSky letting you see a stream of shows you might be interested in watching or recording on your Sky+ box for later viewing.

If you see a show you like, you can expand the tweet to reveal options to Watch now via Sky Go, or Record sending a command to your Sky+ box to record the show – assuming you have these services configured in advance.

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fatstarr3686d ago

I thought it would be like the programs I see at some bars/and clubs that display live tweets/instagrams on screens and stuff.

spacerace3686d ago

No I think that will still work for program specific hashtags e.g. #gameofthrones etc. but this is for a stream of shows you can find and watch/record.


Sky Store Adds Ability To Buy Movies To Own

Sky television have updated their Sky Store app to add the ability to buy movies to own, rather than just rent them.

The new feature will let customers buy, watch and keep many of the latest and best movies as soon as they’re released as well as some of Hollywood’s best loved classics, all at the touch of a button on their Sky remote. movies will be available at the same time as they are released to DVD.

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spacerace3695d ago

Depending on the price obviously, I don't think its a bad deal. Compare to iTunes/Google Play where you can buy the movie, but don't get a physical copy as well?