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Sky TV's NEON streaming service getting a PlayStation 4 app today

28 Apr 2017

Sky TV's NEON online streaming service is now making its way onto the PlayStation 4 today. It finally has its own app for the console.  You can download NEON onto your PlayStation 4 simply by heading on over to the PlayStation Store. It should be under the Apps category seen alongside the likes of Netflix and the WWE Network. The file size is only 107MB.  The service is available to play via the PlayStation VR headset too. If you use the PlayStation VR, you can watch blockbuster movies via the cinematic mode. This is perfect for watching something like Captain America: Civil War and more.  Krister Robinson, Head of Marketing, Sony Interactive Entertainment New Zealand said, “PlayStation 4 is not only the best place to play great games, it is also the best place to be entertained and building on the strong suite of entertainment services available on PS4 is a priority for us. With thousands of hours of content and a line-up of great new shows, we are thrilled to introduce the NEON app to New Zealand’s favourite current generation home console.” If you have yet to sign up to the service, you can register your details on for a free 30 day trial. After that, it costs $20 per month to keep it. 

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