Sky® launches new Sky® player for Windows® 7
Sky Player, the online TV service of Sky, has launched new Sky Player for Windows 7. Â Broadcasters and public both are curious about the new Windows Media Center in the new operating system of Microsoft. The announcement that Sky Player will be an integrated part of Windows Media Center was one of the few surprises that came amid Windows 7 launch.
With the launch of Sky Player on Xbox in the immediate week of Windows 7's launch, experts were sure that a more intuitive application through Windows Media Center is going to boost the streaming service coming from the broadcasters.
Director of Sky, Griff Parry has told that the company is committed to provide their customers with more choice and flexibility in accessing Sky. Sky Player in Windows 7 is another innovative approach of Sky TV that will give customers a flexibility to access wide range of Live TV and on-demand TV.
Although Parry had not given any fixed date for the launch of Sky Player for Windows 7, he informed media that it will be most probably done by first half of November and there it is. Sky's Officials are sure that it is going to create a new and innovative way to watch live and on demand TV for people in UK.
The new Sky player for Windows 7 is easy to use and gives user of Windows 7 access to on demand pay TV and high quality live TV. The wonderful package includes the latest blockbuster movies, programming dedicated to music, arts and kids, live action sports, must see entertainment, and thought provoking documentaries.
With the neat integration of Windows Media Center in Windows 7, the Sky player provides various functionality which includes:
- The touch functionality of Windows 7 in Windows Media Center.
- On-screen guide to help you search shows on TV by using keywords.
- Freeview with other TV platforms on the PC.
The total number of live streaming channels on Sky Player is now 26 with the addition of two new live channels, British Eurosport 2 and Crime & Investigation Network.
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