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(Pocket-lint) – Now the British-run Sky streaming service is finally available on Android TVs, set-top boxes like Nvidia Shield and Chromecast with Google TV.
This means that smart TVs from many manufacturers now have a dedicated app for the service, including Google and Android TVs from Philips, Sharp, Panasonic and Toshiba.
Users simply need to download the latest version of the Now app from the Google Play Store and sign in or create a new account,
Nu is different from many other streaming services in that you can buy variable-term subscriptions for different packages, including sports, movies and entertainment. So you can choose the content you prefer, whether it’s live and on-demand TV shows on channels such as Sky Atlantic and SKy Showtime, the entire Sky Sports series or a wide range of current films and archives.
It is also possible to subscribe to Hayu, which provides access to hundreds of reality TV shows.
Prices start at £4.99 per month for subscriptions and can be canceled at any time (only the current month is charged).
In addition to Android TV, Now is available on many other devices, including iOS, Apple TV, Fire TV, Roku, Sony, PlayStation, and Xbox.
Written by Rik Henderson.