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Sky Q customers can now stream programmes live and on demand while out and about via a new smartphone app.

This means people can keep up with everything from live Premier League football to blockbuster movies like Minions and original Sky productions when they are on the move.

Another feature of the app is the ability to download recordings to a smartphone while at home, so they can be watched in a remote location without the need to be connected on the internet.

Users of the app can also find recommendations from the best of live and on demand TV and start watching.

Meanwhile, a remote record and download function enables customers to ensure they never miss the latest episode of their favourite series by managing recordings and downloads to the Sky Q box outside the house.

In addition, the My Q feature lets users quickly and easily find the programmes they did not manage to finish or the next episode of a series they are watching in a single location.

Luke Bradley-Jones, Brand Director of TV and Content Products at Sky, commented: "We know Sky Q customers love the flexibility of watching TV on their terms. 

"The new Sky Q mobile app will give them even more freedom to watch their recordings, access Top Picks, and stream live and On Demand TV when they’re out and about.

"So if it’s The Night Of box set, live Premier League or Sky original The Young Pope, Sky Q customers can now look forward to their daily commute or long car journey, while they catch up on the latest and best TV from Sky.” 

The launch of the app comes shortly after Sky started offering its Sky Q set-top boxes to any customers who sign up for a TV package.

Sky Q has been touted as a game-changer principally thanks to its so-called Fluid Viewing feature, which allows users to pause and pick up shows on multiple TVs and devices around the home with a Sky Multiscreen subscription.

There are two Sky Q boxes to choose from: a 1TB model and a 2TB model, the latter of which allows users to watch Premier League games in 4K.

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