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Description

Download our app for award-winning journalism and breaking news stories from the UK and around the world. We take you to the heart of the stories that shape our world, offering live events, eyewitness reports, expert analysis and opinion.

Key Features:
• Breaking news notifications - be the first to find out about major developing stories
• Watch Sky News in the Live Tab (when you've got connection)
• Easy navigation to see headlines on multiple topics from politics to entertainment
• Read articles while you're offline
• Dark mode - change your preferences any time from the settings cog

Stay up to date with what's happening around the world from a range of topics:
• Top Stories - the latest headlines, breaking news, live stories & video
• Podcasts - listen to our radio shows including Daily, All Out Politics, Behind the Headline, Sophy Ridge on Sunday and Backstage
• UK - headlines from across the United Kingdom
• World - significant events from around the world
• Politics - latest developments in Westminster, including Brexit and elections
• US - headlines from the United States
• Sport - stories spanning football, cricket, tennis, F1, rugby, athletics, boxing, horse racing and more
• Science & Technology – latest developments in tech changing our world
• Business – headlines from The City, and economic stories affecting consumers
• Ents & Arts - art, showbiz and entertainment stories from around the world
• Offbeat - the strange and bizarre

Please note: Watching video may incur additional mobile network and/or WiFi charges.

What’s New

Version 4.26

We have updated our live video player, added the progress bar back to our content as it loads, made it easier to share articles and updated some of our advertising, notification and analytics software.

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
201.5K Ratings

201.5K Ratings

crowders4 ,

Up to date news and gossip 24/7

What I appreciate about Sky News items is the length of each item that are not too long. Also, for further reading on a particular news story, there are easy to use highlighted links taking me to similar topics. This is especially the case for Brexit, World News and Politics. Also the short videos bring the news stories to life on my iPhone and iPad.

Sky News is so much more interesting and engaging than any other news app and their reporters get right to the scene of a natural disaster, for example, when others sit in the safety of their studio. An example is Yemen and Syria where their foreign correspondents are literally with the soldiers on the front line. This makes their reporting credible which is a value I think has been lost to other mediocre news sources.

Sky News app is easy to use too with so much choice that I could spend hours and hours reading different news stories. This is good providing a breadth and depth to the headline stories of day. If like me you like credible and accurate news then Sky News app is for you.

Jodrell Bank mad ,

Best News channel by a mile

Sky News is one on its own. Its news is always up-to-date and accurate. It is never biased. Everyone, whether reporting from far-flung areas of the globe or nearer to home, works as a team to bring us the best, detailed, accurate news stories. The reporters go into really dangerous and risky places, so that we can see almost first-hand, precisely what is happening everywhere in the world. Sky News is an outstanding, impressive, news channel with extraordinary graphics and slick, faultless presentation.

Love Sarah Mee’s contributions. Also fully appreciate the dangers incurred by the reporters. The ones relating to the hospitals in Bergamo and Naples entailed considerable risks to the reporter, sound man and cameraman, as well as those in China where the Sky team was trying to enter premises to find out the source of the Coronavirus.

Impressive.

Senachareb ,

All news

I find Sky News trustworthy and often reports news as it happens. I also find it to be unbiased. The various analyses I have found helpful although I think some are rather verbose. I sometimes wonder, however, if it has been giving a fair report, on times, of the government’s handling of the Pandemic given that it even took the scientists by surprise. No government has had to handle such a national emergency since WW2 and I think there has been more emphasis on the negative and less of the positive. For example the Track, Test and Trace staff must be feeling demoralised because all they are getting thrown at them is complete negativity and yet they are working the clock round. Also the spotlight on ‘Killer in the Care Homes’ seemed fair enough but I have great sympathy for the staff of those cars homes that have been managed well during the crisis yet there has been no spotlight on those. Is it because bad news is always more entertaining? So, come on, let’s get the balance right!!!

App Privacy

The developer, Sky UK Limited, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Used to Track You

The following data may be used to track you across apps and websites owned by other companies:

  • Location
  • Browsing History
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • User Content

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Browsing History
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary based on, for example, the features you use or your age. Learn More

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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