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Netflix impact : Tata Sky Everywhere TV goes free


Earlier this week Netflix announced that they are launching their services in India. This announcement was made in CES 2016 which recently passed by. Along with India, the company announced many other countries in which it is entering. Now they are available on 160 countries of the world. Netflix launch has made some impact on Indian service providers like Tata Sky, Airtel Digital TV, Dish TV, Videocon D2H etc. The very first company that seems to be affected by this is Tata Sky. Now Tata Sky has made it’s ‘Everywhere Tv’ service free of cost which was available for Rs. 60 per month. With this ‘Everywhere TV’ service  users can watch TV channels on Tata Sky app .

Everywhere TV :

Everywhere TV is a service introduced by Tata Sky in 2013 by which users can easily download Tata Sky app & stream TV channels on their smartphone or PC. The app is available for iOS ,Android, Windows PCs & Apple PCs & can be easily downloaded from store.

How to use this service :

In order to use the ‘Everywhere TV’ service from Tata Sky, first  you need to download the app fro the app store. After download, you need to subscribe using your mobile number or Tata Sky account number. After that the app will ask you to give a device name . Now follows some on screen instructions & it will be done.

Some key features of ‘Everywhere TV’ :

  • Easily check the timing of different shows from different channels
  • Detailed view of no. of channels subscribed
  • Small synopsis view of any program
  • Navigate in full screen to different channels
  • Set the video quality to Low, Medium & High
  • The app auto changes the resolution according to the internet speed.
  • Pause a video
  • Run easily on 3G & 4G networks

Why to get it :

It is not necessary but also very helpful. The most important reason to get it is it’s free. It is also very useful when you want to watch any live show or any sports coverage. If you have a good enough internet connectivity it’s always good because it will act as a second display.

Shivam Singh
Shivam defines himself as a gadget lover and likes to cover every news related to gadgets. He has more than 4 years of blogging experience and is Senior Editor at GadgetOx. He has been covering Tech and Gadget news on other well-known Tech sites WinCentral and Nokiapoweruser since long. His other interests include driving and traveling. Write to him at Email: [email protected]