Satellite TV provider Sky have released a dedicated Sky Go Android tablet app offering live TV and on-demand programming. Although subscribers have been able to watch content on Android tablets, it has taken until now for a dedicated app to become available that caters for the larger screen.
The new app joins other platforms that can already access it including iOS, Windows and Android smartphones. It is compatible with tablets of screen size 7 inch and above running Android 4.0 OS and above. Although it is having some problems running on Android KitKat, which shouldn’t be a problem as not many customers are using it.
Speaking for Sky, Brand Director of TV Products Luke Bradley-Jones said, “We know that lots of our customers are using Android tablets, so we look forward to even more customers now being able enjoying the flexibility and convenience of watching their favourite content wherever they want.”
The Sky Go service lets Sky customers stream live TV from over 50 channels (depending on subscription level) that include all the movie, entertainment and sports channels, plus a library of on-demand TV content and full seasons of shows. The service can be used on smartphones, tablets or a desktop PC.
Sky Go can be registered on two different devices although more can be added along with a download option for an additional charge. The new app can be downloaded from Google Play.
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