Sky has added a new feature to its Sky Sports iPad app just in time for the Champions League final. It is now possible to select from 20 different camera angles to watch a match.

Called Sky Sports 360, it isn't the first time that Sky has been experimenting with multiple viewing angles via its iPad app. The Formula One side of Sky Sports for iPad allows you to select things like pit or driver cameras, for example.

On top of the selection of camera angles, Champions League viewers can also enjoy a wide range of player statistics and match information, making the iPad the perfect second-screen companion. 

The new 360 content will launch alongside the Champions League final and continue to play out throughout next season. All you need to do is switch to the Champions League Events Centre in the app and you should be away.

For those interested in getting hold of Sky Sports for iPad, those with a Sky Sports TV subscription can access it free. Otherwise it is possible to subscribe to the iPad app for £4.99 a month.

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