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Sky Q, Sky’s next generation home entertainment system, is introducing more new features designed to make it even easier for customers to find and watch their favourite TV shows.
After the successful launch of Sky Q in February, Auto Play, an improved Top Picks and a range of other features are set to make Sky Q even more popular among customers.
Sky Q’s features include the ability to record even more favourite shows at once, pause in one room and carry on in another and take recordings with them.
The fresh updates make TV viewing even simpler, adding the flexibility to watch episode after episode of box sets such as Game of Thrones and Billions. A new Top Picks and Sports Homepage includes even more recommendations from On Demand and for the first time live and future broadcasts are designed to make it easier for customers to discover their next favourite series to fuel a box set binge or catch the latest action from a packed summer of sport.
Brand new features include:
“Sky Q is the next generation of TV viewing and the new features are about making it even easier for customers to find and watch episode after episode of their favourite TV series, the latest live sport, or the best of the web,” explained Luke Bradley-Jones, Brand Director of TV & Content Products. “So whether you’re watching Ray Donovan, The Tunnel, or the start of the Premier League season, we know customers are going to love the new updates. These developments are just the start of the exciting plans we have for Sky Q this year.”
Other features introduced as part of this update are:
The new features come ahead of a range of content joining Sky this summer, including new series of Nashville, Ballers and Mount Pleasant, movie premieres Minions and Everest, as well as the 2016 Ryder Cup.
The first software release to Sky Q will also see a number of software updates, improving in-home connectivity and other bug fixes.
Later in the year Sky Q will introduce a powerful voice search capability, a smartphone app and lots of other exciting features, making the next generation home entertainment system even better.