Sky Go is a free streaming service app for Mac devices that users can download as a companion tool with their existing Sky TV network subscription. The desktop application installs directly onto your device, giving you access to the same content as the website. You can watch your top football or tennis matches, and other sporting events. Alternatively, you can switch over to the movie and TV show channels section and watch a film or episode, or two.
What is the Sky Go app?
If you’re familiar with the Sky TV network, then you will know that there are numerous channels available to you to enjoy the latest shows, movies, and sporting events. The Sky Go desktop app provides additional features not available on the website. For instance, you can download some movies or configure the viewing settings.
What devices can I watch Sky Go on?
The application is available for Windows, Mac, Android, and iOS devices. While you can connect to any of them, there’s a limit of six devices simultaneously. If you want to use Sky Go on another platform, you’ll have to remove one of the six first before you can start using it on another device.
Can I get Sky Go for free?
Yes, the desktop application and updates are entirely free. You’ll be able to view free-to-air channels while there are limited features available. If you want the complete experience, you’ll need to sign up for a Sky TV subscription.
How do I access Sky Go?
Once you’ve installed Sky Go on your Mac device, there will be a shortcut for quick access into the network. You’ll need to register for a free or paid account, or you can log in with your Sky TV credentials. When successful, you’ll be able to access any of the content available for your membership and specific subscription plan.
View your top Sky TV programs
Sky TV has hundreds of channels on offer for your viewing pleasure. While they are generally geared more towards sporting events due to their coverage worldwide, you will also find many movies and series to watch here. What's more, if you have Sky Go Extra, you can even download some of them so you can watch them offline. If you're looking for alternative broadcasting options, you can also try Netflix and YouTube.