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Sky's Now TV service now has subtitles. The firm announced the move on the service's Help Centre.

However, subtitles are only available for "selected on demand movies and shows" offered via the Sky Cinema Month Pass and Now TV Entertainment Pass. So you can't watch everything with subtitles.

Sky says it will add more shows with subtitles every week, so keep a lookout for what's new.

Subtitles are available via the Now TV Box and Now TV Smart Box, as well as on Apple TV. Sky says they will come to more Now TV-compatible devices soon.

Now TV is available on laptops, computers, tablets, smartphones, and more. For a full list of compatible devices, click here.

To activate subtitles, look out for the S symbol in the show information. Start watching, then use the Now TV remote to select the speech bubble in the bottom-right corner of the screen.

Now TV is a contract-free way to watch Sky's channels. As well as offering basic catch-up and on-demand services like BBC iPlayer and All4, it offers a range of Passes that give you Sky Sports, Sky Cinema, and Sky's kids and entertainment channels for a one-off fee.

You can buy as many passes as you like, and mix and match every time.

Passes are available on a daily, weekly or monthly basis. Check the Now TV website for the full list of Passes and prices.

Source: Now TV

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