Sky have announced that their Sky Now TV set top box now has a YouTube app, the app joins other apps like the BBC iPlayer, 4OD, Spotify and more that have been available on the platform for some time.
As well as adding in the new YouTube app to the Sky Now TV box, the company has also launched a new homepage for their set top box, which is designed for an easier user experience.
The YouTube app is the most recent addition to the NOW TV Box, which offers catch up services from all terrestrial channels – BBC iPlayer, ITV Player, 4oD and Demand 5 – latest news from Sky News and the BBC Sport App. These sit alongside the likes of Facebook, TED Talks and Flickr – all available to download at no extra cost.
Gidon Katz, Director of NOW TV, comments: ‘The NOW TV Box offers a huge range of entertainment options to be enjoyed on your own big screen. The addition of YouTube means there’s even more to discover and experience. With the flexibility to dip in and out of great movies, entertainment or sport with the relevant pass from NOW TV, catch-up TV and now videos from your favourite YouTube channels, it’ll be hard to find an excuse to leave the sofa.’
Sky have been expanding their Sky Now TV service to more devices, it recently launched on the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox one, you can find out more details over at Now TV.
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