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Offline Viewing to Come to Sky Cinema and More Before Christmas

And that’s not all. The offline viewing feature will be launched before it was supposed to be, as Now TV recently confirmed to T3.

TV users are going to be able to download tv shows and movies that are available on Sky Cinema – and not only – but Hayu and Entertainment so that they could watch them offline on a mobile device – and all of this before Christmas!

It will be released before the 25th of December

The feature was first announced on the 25th of January, 2018, when they said that it would be available at the end of the year. Nine months have passed and there was no news about the release of the new feature. Thankfully, Now TV just released a statement in which confirmed that the offline viewing feature would come to the clients before the 25th of December.

The statement was given to T3, but until now, only Sky Cinema confirmed that the clients would be able to watch offline movies and tv shows. A spokesman talked to T3 and told them that they would launch the downloads on Hayu, Cinema and Entertainments for tablet and mobile devices before Christmas actually comes.

If you’re a new client

This timing is actually great, considering all the trips going on will happen around Christmas. And what’s better, is that you can save up to 50% on Entertainment passes and Now TV Cinema if you’re a new client. All you need to do is sign up.

If you want to download a TV show, reality shows or movies in order to watch them online later, you’ll have to install the Now TV app on your device, be it Android or iOS. After you got the movie or tv show that you wanted, you’ll have about 30 days to watch it.

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