In a doubtful eventuality you’ve run out of things to watch on Sky Q, a satellite TV hulk is bringing video games to a flagship set-top box.
The PlayWorks app is now accessible for Sky Q subscribers and brings 20 renouned mobile games like Tetris, Doodle Jump and Crossy Road to a TV screen.
All of a games are giveaway and can be played with a remote control, so there’s no need to span a dedicated games controller to a set-top box. We’ve seen PlayWorks on Smart TVs from a likes of LG and Samsung, though Sky adopting a app will open adult a library to a wider organisation of infrequent gamers.
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Sky says a app, that can also be non-stop around a Sky Q voice commands, is billed as a time-killer to support those watchful for their favourite TV uncover to atmosphere live. It’ll lay alongside other standalone apps like Disney Plus, YouTube and Netflix within a Sky Q ecosystem.
PlayWorks is usually one of a series of new apps and services Sky skeleton to supplement other a subsequent few months, that will embody music, aptness and training apps directly accessible from a Sky Q menu. Sky has also reliable a Sky Q box will also have entrance 4K streams from Disney Plus this summer.
Sky Q stays a company’s flagship product, charity entrance to 4K video, voice controls, Netflix formation and a ability to watch on most any connected screen.
We afforded a use 4.5 stars (out of a probable 5) in a recently updated review. Our reviewer wrote: “Sky Q is an impossibly absolute complement that allows we to watch calm from anywhere. Inside your home, Sky Q and Sky Q Mini boxes capacitate entrance to tonnes of reward content, and BBC iPlayer, Netflix and Spotify apps.
“Outside of your home, Sky Go continues a knowledge on your mobile devices. Sky Q might be expensive, though if you’re after a best calm afterwards it’s a place we wish to be. The usually teenager disappoints are that, currently, there’s no HDR and usually a categorical box is Ultra HD compatible.”