According to the pay TV operator, Sky Q customers will be able to access recored shows from their Sky Q set-top box via the Sky Go app, watch them at home or download them to a mobile device for viewing on the move.
The new feature will be available as part of the latest update of the Sky Go app, which will be released in the next few weeks on iOS and Android devices as well as for PC and Mac computers.
The ability to view recorded shows offline will be available to Sky Q satellite customers in Germany and Austria. The new feature will not be available for Sky Q customers that use the Vodafone cable network to access Sky services, however.
Julia Laukemann, senior vice-president of product management at Sky Deutschland said: “Whether within your own four walls, on a business trip or on vacation, Sky Q customers no longer have to do without their recorded programmes. This is additional added value that makes the Sky Q experience even more convenient for our customers at home and on the move.”
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