Apple TV finally gets a native Sky Go app for live and on-demand streaming

It is been a gaping gap in the Apple Television application ecosystem for Uk and European proprietors for years, but Apple Tv homeowners can last but not least get the Sky Go app for their streaming packing containers. 

Readily available on the two the normal Apple Television bins, the Sky Go application gives equally are living Tv and on-desire streaming of Sky’s broadcast content, which includes news, sporting activities, and flicks. More than 100 Sky Television set channels are obtainable to stream, as properly as box sets of prime-notch Television set reveals like every thing from The Wire to Video game of Thrones (by using Sky’s partnership with HBO). 

There are some restrictions, nonetheless – you can only entry the Sky Go app on Apple Television if you’re a Sky Q Multiscreen or Sky Glass Entire Property client. You won’t be equipped to beam it on to your Apple Tv set if your Sky Go account subscription was obtained as an include-on for your cellular devices. If you have got a Sky Cinema or Sky Sports deal, you will be in a position to access all the movies and matches that appear with them, although.

Apple and Sky across devices

Inspite of the very long wait around on Apple Television set, Sky Go has graced other Apple solutions more than the a long time. You’ve been capable to get Sky Go on the ideal iPhones and very best iPads for several years, which has made the lacking Apple Tv application more inexplicable.

But the wait around has been really worth it – the Sky Go application will be very familiar to Sky customers, sharing interface cues from the present cell variations of the app, as very well as the typical blue programming guide you’d uncover on Sky’s household set-leading boxes.

And, if you are a Sky Tv or Sky Glass shopper, you can use Sky’s components to entry the Apple Tv set Moreover exhibits and flicks too, many thanks to support for Apple’s very own Tv streaming application on these equipment.


Gerald Lynch

Gerald Lynch is the Editor-in-Chief of iMore, trying to keep watchful view more than the site’s editorial output and professional campaigns, making sure iMore delivers the in-depth, correct and well timed Apple written content its readership deservedly expects. You’ll by no means see him without the need of his iPad Pro, and he loves gaming periods with his buddies through Apple Arcade on his Apple iphone 13 Pro, but you should not be expecting him to participate in with you at household except if your Apple Tv set is hooked up to a 4K HDR screen and a 7.1 surround system. 

Dwelling in London in the United kingdom, Gerald was formerly Editor of Gizmodo United kingdom, and Executive Editor of TechRadar, and has protected global trade shows which includes Apple’s WWDC, MWC, CES and IFA. If it has an acronym and an app, he is almost certainly been there, on the front traces reporting on the most up-to-date tech improvements. Gerald is also a contributing tech pundit for BBC Radio and has written for several other publications, like T3 magazine, GamesRadar, House.com, Real Properties, MacFormat, music bible Do-it-yourself, Tech Digest, TopTenReviews, Mirror.co.uk, Brandish, Kotaku, Shiny Shiny and Lifehacker. Gerald is also the writer of ‘Get Engineering: Update Your Future’, posted by Aurum Push, and also holds a Guinness entire world record on Tetris. For actual.

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