Three more Google Android Ice Cream Sandwich handsets can now be used to watch Sky channels on the move, after Sky Go was made accessible on the Samsung Galaxy S III, Samsung Galaxy Nexus and Samsung Galaxy Note.
It means a total of 11 Android handsets (with both Gingerbread and ICS support) are now compatible with the service that enables Sky subscribers to watch live TV or a variety of on-demand shows and movies on their smartphones.
The three latest Samsung additions join the HTC Desire, HTC Desire S, HTC Desire HD, HTC Incredible S, HTC Sensation, HTC Sensation XE and both the original Samsung Galaxy S and the Samsung Galaxy S II.
Each Sky customer can register two devices on which to use the Sky Go service. They can then watch all of Sky’s five sports channels, Eurosport, ESPN, Sky Sports F1 and 11 different movie channels.
You can check out Pocket-lint’s hands-on look at Sky Go on Android by clicking here.
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