Sky Go for PS4 is… Go

Sky and Sony have launched a thing they're calling TV from Sky on PlayStation4, which is essentially a rebranded Sky Go service for the console. Live and on-demand content is now accessible, should you have the necessary Sky Go Extra sub or Multiroom option. Sky says it'll all arrive on PS3 in early 2015, too. [PS Store] Read More >>

Sky Go on Consoles Will Cost You an Extra Fiver From Next Month

Sky has announced that it is shaking up the way its users can access its Sky Go service. From July 29th, those using Sky Go through a compatible games console will have to cough up an extra £5 a month (on top of their existing subscription costs) to link their consoles to their Sky accounts. The same goes for Sky Go Extra, which includes offline show caching and the option to register four devices for streaming (over Sky Go's standard two linked devices). Read More >>

Six ITV Channels Added to Sky Go EPG

Can't get enough of ITV? *awkward silence* Great! Because Sky's about to add all six ITV channels to the Sky Go listings, meaning app and desktop live streaming access to ITV, ITV2, ITV3, ITV4, CITV and the new Sky-only ITV Encore channel is all yours. Just in time for the football, or the matches that aren't also on the BBC at least. Read More >>

Sky Go and Now TV Users Fuming After Premier League Finale Fail

Manchester City have claimed the Premier League title for 2014. But if you were a Sky Go or Now TV user trying to watch the triumphant finale to the season, you'd be hard pressed to know its outcome -- both of Sky's streaming services suffered outages during the match. Read More >>

Sky Go and Now TV Will Provide PS4 Owners With Their Game of Thrones Fix From This Summer

Following hot on the heels of the PlayStation 4's first significant software update, Sky has today revealed that its two online streaming platforms, Now TV and Sky Go, will be hitting Sony's console. Read More >>

Sky Go, Now TV and iPlayer Streaming is Currently Broken on iOS Devices

If you're an iPhone or iPad user looking to catch up on recent Sky Go, Now TV or BBC iPlayer programming at the moment, it looks like you're out of luck. Streaming is currently not working properly across all three platforms, with a "Client Server Certificate" error seemingly causing the issues with the Sky apps. Read More >>

Sky Go On-the-Go TV Streaming Goes Up an Extra 14 Channels

If you like to take your TV show viewing on the road with you, you'll be pleased to hear that Sky has updated its Sky Go app to include a further 14 channels, bringing the overall on-the-go streaming count up to 57 channels. Read More >>

Train Window Whispers Ads That Only You Can Hear

Do you ever feel like ads are speaking to you? Well, new talking windows ads for Sky Go literally speak to you using bone conduction technology. Read More >>

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Sky’s Android Apps Are Back After Hacking Mess

After the Syrian Electronic Army sunk its teeth into Sky, forcing the Murdoch massive to remove its Android apps, they're back again, seemingly without any changes. Still, if you want Sky on the Go, you can download, err, Sky Go. The Android balance is restored. [Play Store via Twitter] Read More >>

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Sky Apologises For Mad Men Sky Go Blunder

It seems legions of people were up in arms over an apparent lack of the brand new series Mad Men on Sky Go. Eager cord-cutters and Sky-subscription sharers alike were queued up last night to watch the live stream of the premier of latest season of Mad Men, only to be greeted with an error basically saying "not available". Anger ensued. Read More >>

Sky’s £9.99 PAYG Sports Channel Access Launches Today

Back in January it was rumoured that Sky would be opening up pay-as-you-go access to its sports channels without the need for the usual monthly subscription and package. And it is. It's been announced and launched for use today. Read More >>

PAYG Sky Sports Opening up to Non-Subscribers For… £9.99 a Day

Sky is finally ready to push ahead with its plan to offer non-subscribers instant access to its hallowed sports channels, with the satellite broadcaster offering casual sport fans the chance to buy 24 hours of access for £9.99 from this spring. Read More >>

Sky Go Extra Charges You £5 for Offline Viewing

Good and bad news for Sky Go members. The good news: offline viewing is almost here! Woohoo! You'll be able to download as much Sky on-demand TV or movie goodness to your mobile as you want (and downloads last for a month). Awesomeness. The bad news? You'll get charged £5 for this "Sky Go Extra" package. Boooooo the evil Sky Corporation stealing more money. Is it worth it? That's for you to decide. [Telegraph] Read More >>

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Sky Go Finally Finds Its Way to Jelly Bean

The long-awaited Sky Go app is now, finally, available to all Android devices running Jelly Bean -- including the LG Nexus 4, Samsung Galaxy S III, Sony Xperia S, and a whole host of other phones and tablets. Blimey, that didn't take long now did it? Read More >>

Android Sky Go Gets On-Demand TV, Ice Cream Sandwich Support Due Soon

Sky has announced some exciting and much-needed updates for the Android version of its Sky Go app, with those currently able to install it on their mobiles and tablets now able to access the on-demand content that features on Sky's Anytime+ portal. Read More >>