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Why does the Sky Sport app have to look like a Google+ page?

In the last few months we’ve been following Sky’s move into live sports, with the launch of the new Sky Sports app and the launch last night of Sky Sports Now.

We’ve been looking at the new apps to understand how it differs from the original Sky Sports, and how it can be improved.

And now we’ve got Sky Sports News, Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Sport Goal, Sky News and Sky Sports World.

Sky Sports Goal, which is the new version of Sky News, is a news website which highlights the best of Sky Sport coverage in the UK.

Sky News World is a live sports and sports entertainment website, featuring content from Sky Sports in the US, Europe, Asia and Australia.

Sky Sport World is also a Sky Sports Premium channel which offers live sport, including Sky Sports Champions League and Sky Sport Extra, as well as Sky Sports Extra in the European territories.

SkySports News is also the only Sky Sports UK-only news website.

This is a huge change in terms of where Sky Sports content is published.

Sky is changing the way it delivers content.

This means it’s changing how the content is delivered.

In terms of how Sky Sports news is delivered, Sky’s been focusing on one thing: live sport.

This has resulted in a change in how Sky News is delivered in the app.

The news website is now designed to look and behave like a regular Google+ profile page, as opposed to a Google News page, and it also offers the ability to add and remove Sky Sports posts as needed.

It’s the same news site, with a different interface, which means that Sky Sports users can see news and information from the app, and add and edit as needed, without needing to log in.

In addition to the changes to the news site and interface, Sky is also making changes to how the app behaves.

This includes a new tab in the top left corner of the news feed, and the ability for users to edit or delete their Sky Sports profile and Sky News content.

Sky will also be adding a new Sky News badge in the App Store, which will be the same icon that appears when you go to the Sky Sports homepage.

It will appear next to the icon for Sky Sports on Google+ and the new badge will show up next to Sky Sports.

Sky’s announcement also included a link to a new article in Sky Sports about the changes.

Sky sports is a global brand with a range of media properties including Sky News & The Sports Hub, Sky Cinema, Sky Arts, Sky Classic, Sky Kids and Sky Kids Classics.

It is a subscription-based service, with subscribers paying a fee to access a wide range of Sky sports content.

It includes Sky Sports Plus, Sky Plus, Live Sports Plus and Sky Plus.

The new SkySports app will launch in the coming weeks.

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