The user interface and the overview have been improved to make it easier and faster to find the desired content, according to the broadcaster. The new detail pages bundle all information about each content, including series episodes available on-demand, recordings, descriptions, video formats and similar content.
The storage space for the subscriber’s personal recordings on the integrated hard-drive has been extended to more than 8,000 hours at no additional cost.
“As promised, we continue developing Sky Q based on our customer feedback, so that subscribers can continue to find their favourite programmes as easily and quickly as possible despite the rapidly growing variety of free-TV, apps, catch-up services and Sky premium content,” said Max Konstantin Ehrhardt, director product management at Sky Deutschland.
The update, which adds the new features, is scheduled to be automatically downloaded into the receivers by mid-August 2020.
Sky is also upgrading Sky Q in the UK by adding several new features and services including Disney+ in HDR.