Sky Go App for Windows 8, 10 is Allegedly on the Cards, Release Soon

By: Radu Tyrsina
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As of now, there isn’t an official Sky app on the Windows Store, if we don’t count the one for residents of the New Zealand, but rumor has it that the Sky Go app is on the works. More details below.
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According to a report from the WMPowerUser website and also confirmed by some of our readers, Sky is getting ready to release the official SkyGo app for Windows 8 and Windows Phone users, so there are big chances that it will come as an universal app. The information has been leaked by a representative of Sky Support who said the foloowing. One of our readers from the United Kingdom has confirmed this, as well, but we’ve reached out to Skype and are looking forward to their official statement:

We are working on both, once it is available on Windows 8 we will also have it Windows phone.

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Sky Go app could soon be made available for Windows 8 users

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The above screenshot shows that on the official Sky customer support webpage, it says that there are no plans for such a release, but we’ll be keeping a keen eye on the Windows Store and will report as soon as it gets released so you can go ahead and enjoy it.

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