Two years of fun and now the time has finally come – if you haven't heard it, you can now stream (most) your favorite Now TV content in HD.
This is all thanks to the Now TV Boost plugin from the streaming platform, which you can add to your Sky Cinema, Entertainment, Sky Sports or Kids Pass.
However, this comes at an additional cost as you have to pay £ 3 in addition to your selected pass. So if you paid £ 8.99 for your entertainment pass, the HD quality would boost your performance a total of £ 11.99 per month.
But provided that Now TV (apart from Sky Sports) gives you a free trial of his passports, and the Boost upgrade also gives you a free trial ̵
Now TV Boost | £ 3 per month
This is ideal for anyone who wants to access Sky TV channels without having to commit to a long and tedious contract or subscription and where you don't have to compromise on picture quality want to enter. That means you choose world-class sport, a new film premiere every day and one of the most brilliant boxes in 1080p.
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Is the Now TV Boost useful?
While we have been waiting for 1080p to stream on Now TV for some time now, I am sure I’m glad it’s arrived. There are a few precautions to be followed. To begin with, it doesn't look like great value since your channel options are limited (see below) and you can get Netflix in HD for just £ 8.99 a month or Amazon Prime Video in HD (included in Amazon Prime) is) can receive. That will only cost you £ 7.99 a month.
The function is only available on Sky Sports channels, entertainment with the exception of Fox and Gold, all Sky Cinema channels and all children's channels with the exception of Cartoonito and Nickelodeon. So Hayu is not there if reality TV is your thing.
And if you are someone who sees more on your phone or tablet than on your TV, unfortunately we cannot say that the Now TV mobile app is not included in the list of supported devices. So you will get stuck with simple old 720p.
"The lack of Full HD 1080p streaming has been a bit embarrassing for Now TV for years (Game of Thrones looked horrible), so it's great to finally see HD added," said Brendan Griffiths, game and game editor Hardware at our sister site GamesRadar
. "However, it is not a free upgrade, but a real slap in the face of the subscribers. Now the individual streaming subscribers of TV were already among the shortly Disney Plus HD and 4K for a cheap Offer price in the UK and TV will likely be the first sub that most viewers will see on Netflix and Amazon Prime. "