Sky Sports iPad app offers extra features

Fans can watch all the action of this weekend's Champions League final between FC Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund from any angle.

Sky has launched a new version of the Sky Sports app for iPad, complete with exciting new features, just in time for the Champions League final tomorrow.

The satellite giant's updated app will enable fans to enjoy the action between FC Bayern Munch and Borussia Dortmund from any angle they choose, thanks to a powerful set of new tools branded Sky Sports 360.

In addition to multi-camera highlights from over 20 different viewpoints, Sky Sports 360 also allows fans to watch slow-motion replays.

David Gibbs, director of Sky Sports digital media, said: "This is great news for the Sky Sports iPad app, which keeps getting better and better.

"This is about putting the technology into the hands of the viewer and allowing them to recapture the big moments in the final. It's the first time we've offered this through our app and it's another example of our investment in the Sky Sports viewer's experience."

Sky Sports for iPad is available free of charge to all Sky customers taking Sky Sports 1 and 2 as part of their TV package. It's also available to non-Sky customers for £4.99 a month.

The UEFA Champions League final between Borussia Dortmund and FC Bayern Munch at Wembley Stadium on Saturday 25 May, 2013 will be live on Sky Sports 1 HD.

Sky Sports 360 will be available for this weekend's match and for the 2013-14 season.

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