Sky Go Now Available in UK on Some Devices


British satellite broadcaster Sky has launched its Sky Go app for Android, allowing owners of some Android handsets to view a selection of Sky’s on-demand TV offerings. Some Android Handsets are:

  • HTC’s Desire
  • Desire S
  • Desire HD,
  • Incredible S 
  • Sensation
  • Samsung Galaxy S 
  • Galaxy S II

App has no support for ICS Devices and Tablets. Sky Go allows Sky subscribers (and those who pay for the app service separately) to access live broadcasting from Sky Sports, Sky News, Sky Movies, Sky Atlantic, and now, Sky Entertainment channels, including Sky 1, Sky Living and, from tomorrow, Sky Arts 1. Unlike the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch versions, however, the Android app will not be able to access Sky Movies on demand. That will be added “later in 2012”.

Download: Android Market.
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