Sky Go app now launched on Amazon Fire tablets

Friday, December 4th 2015

The Sky Go app is now on the Amazon Appstore. Sky TV customers can now watch their favourite programmes using the app launched on Amazon Fire tablets. So, more customers can watch the best of the festive TV schedule now, while on the move.


The mobile app, already released on many mobile platforms, helps customers access up to 70 channels, live and on demand. This includes MTV, Sky Atlantic and Sky1, plus the extended library of Sky Box Sets. Subscribers on the Sky Movies Pack can select from over 1,000 box office hits currently available, or even soon to come. They include The Sponge Bob Movie: Sponge Out of Water, Marvel's Avengers: Age of Ultron and Big Hero 6. The festive season offers plenty of sporting events to enjoy, like live Barclays Premier League, England's test cricket in South Africa and William Hill World Darts Championship. Sky had announced earlier that programmes will be available from ITV and Channel 5 on Sky Go.


Luke Bradley-Jones, director of TV products at Sky, said the Amazon Fire tablets come compatible with Sky Go right in time for the December line-up on TV. Sky Go will get even better in 2016, with a series of updates and more content, he added. Amazon Appstore's Steve Rabuchin, said they focus on adding to the Appstore the highest quality in selection and Sky hosts one of UK's best content catalogues. He added that they are delighted to have Sky on the Amazon ecosystem and to work for the future with the Sky team.


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