Sky Go rolled out to more Android devices
Multiscreen service Sky Go has been rolled out to more Android smartphones, the satellite broadcaster has confirmed.
Users of three more devices - the Galaxy S3, Galaxy Nexus and Galaxy Note - can all now access Sky Go, taking the number of Android handsets able to utilise the subscription-based TV service to 11.
The list of smartphones running the Android Ice Cream Sandwich operating system that are compatible with Sky Go now features the HTC Sensation, HTC Sensation XE, Samsung Galaxy X2, Galaxy S3, Galaxy Note and Galaxy Nexus.
In a statement, Sky said: "Sky Go allows customers to watch channels and a range of on-demand shows and movies in line with their subscription, while on the move in the UK and Ireland, through either a 3G or Wi-Fi connection."
Sky Go has been available for Android devices since February, coinciding with the introduction of three more entertainment channels for the proposition - Sky1, Sky Arts 1 and Sky Living.
The rollout of Sky Go to new Android smartphones comes just days after the pay TV giant introduced Now TV, its new online television service.