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Tata Sky Everywhere TV now on Android

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MUMBAI: Tata Sky, the leading DTH player, has launched its popular application Everywhere TV for Android users. The application, giving Tata Sky subscribers access to view their favorite TV shows on their mobile phones was launched in October 2013 on the iOS platform.

 

Available to Tata Sky subscribers, this service could be availed by downloading Tata Sky?s Mobile app from the Apple and Android stores. The Mobile app supports a host of free features, while to avail Everywhere TV service, the subscriber will have to pay Rs. 60 pm.



Vikram Mehra, Chief Commercial Officer at Tata Sky, said,?The demand for Everywhere TV has been spectacular since its launch. People are spending a lot of time outside homes and are today experimenting with options to consume videos using different screens. Everywhere TV, is the solution to have easy access to all their favorite television shows on their mobile handsets, anywhere and everywhere.?



Number of downloads for Tata Sky?s Mobile app for Everywhere TV saw staggering heights with over 1 lakh subscribers within 2 weeks of its launch. Today it stands at close to 5 lakh downloads already. It was rated as the No.1 app on the Apple store in Nov 2013. The highest number of downloads have been recorded of close to 10,000 in a day.



Everywhere TV revolutionized the Pay-TV industry with its offerings on mobile handsets. Tata Sky is currently working on making Everywhere TV available on Android Tablets.



The android mobile handsets compatible to this app currently are:

?Samsung Galaxy S II with OS version 4.1.2

?Samsung Galaxy S III with OS version 4.1.1 & 4.3

?Samsung Galaxy S 4 with OS version 4.2.2 &4.3

?Samsung Galaxy Note II with OS version 4.1.2 & 4.3

?Samsung Galaxy Note 3 with OS version 4.3

?HTC One X with OS version 4.2.2

?HTC One with OS version 4.2.2

?Nexus 4 VOS 4.3.

?Samsung grand duos with OS version 4.2.2

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