Commenting on the release, Now TV director Gidon Katz said: “Now TV is now available on both the latest next generation consoles, as well as over 50 other devices.
“That’s great news for our customers who now have even more choice and flexibility when it comes to choosing how they want to watch Now TV.”
Now TV offers content from Sky’s Sky1, Sky Atlantic and Sky Living channels, accessible as part of a pay-monthly Entertainment Month Pass. Sky Movies content can be accessed via a Sky Movies Month Pass, while viewers can also watch Sky Sports with a pay-daily Sky Sports Day Pass.
Now TV is available on a range of devices, including Xbox 360 consoles, Now TV Boxes, Apple TV and Roku boxes, iOS and Android smartphones and tablets and computers.
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