Sky has lots of channels and also lots of on demand content that your can download and watch, and now they are looking to make it easier for Sky users to discover content they might like.
Sky has announced that they are adding a new recommendations feature to their Sky TV Guide, which will show other TV shows and movies which you may like based on what you have watched and recorded previously.
As well as these new recommendations, Sky are also adding in a new Smart Series Link, which will automatically record any future series of TV shows that you have previously recorded.
You can see a list of the new features that Sky is adding to their Sky TV service below.
Suggestions: customers will find shows that they might enjoy, based on recordings or downloads in their Planner.
Smart Series Link: customers will never miss the returning series with Smart Series Link, as it is now updated to remember to record all the future new series
DVD Cover Art: instantly-recognisable DVD cover art will be seen in the Sky Movies and Sky Store sections
Sports: a new tile for the homepage will be introduced showing all live sports on any TV channel at that moment in time and all the sports channels from the TV Guide
Combined SD and HD options: easily choose between HD & SD when downloading TV shows or movies from any on demand section.
HDMI One Touch: the Sky button on the remote now turns on the latest Sky+HD box and a compatible TV in one go from standby.
It tunes the TV to the correct HDMI input if they’ve been using another device so there’s no need to pick up the other remote control.
Sky Store: customers can now access Sky Store from Sky Box Office.
Simplified Card Pairing: customers will now be able to easily pair their viewing card without calling Sky; it just takes one press of a button on the Sky remote.
Entertainment shows: the Lifestyle tab has been merged into the Entertainment tab in the TV Guide
Homepage images: will be updated on a regular basis to showcase the latest and best movies and TV shows.
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