Movies subscribers using Sky Go can stream movies on demand
via a Wi-Fi connection, with 3G capability to be introduced
by the end of the year. They will also be able to view all
11 Sky Movies channels on a linear basis. New release titles
available through Sky Go over the coming weeks include 'Harry
Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1', 'Little Fockers',
'Black Swan', 'Gulliver's Travels' and 'Limitless'.
introduction of on demand movies is the latest step in the
expansion of Sky Go, which offers Sky TV customers access
to Sky content across PC, Mac, laptop, iPhone, iPad and iPod
Touch, in line with their core subscription. Since its launch
in July 2011, Sky Go has attracted almost two million unique
users, with over 30 million pieces of content viewed in the
last month alone, across more than 2.5 million devices. It
also provides access to a range of other channels, including
Sky Sports and Sky News.
Movies director Ian Lewis said, "Sky Movies on demand
is a great addition to Sky Go and gives customers complete
control over how, when and now where they enjoy the latest
movies. Whether customers want to kick back at home and watch
the latest movies in widescreen 3D or HD, catch a movie on
the laptop while on holiday or at the office, or watch a blockbuster
out and about on their phone or tablet, we've got it covered.
Alongside other recent additions to Sky Movies like Anytime+
and 3D, the launch of Sky Movies on Sky Go helps customers
get even more value out of Sky."