When v2.0 of the Sky Go for Android app arrived earlier this month it promised another update would follow soon with support for Android 4.0 and more phones, and now it has arrived. We're not seeing it in Google Play yet, but the press release (included after the break) indicates the app is ready to run on the Galaxy S III, Galaxy Nexus and Galaxy Note from Samsung, and is also finally Ice Cream Sandwich compatible on those devices and the HTC Sensation / Sensation XE. That brings the total supported device count for the video on-demand player to a round 11, which is less than the "all" we're looking for but still more than the zero supported prior to February.
Sky Go available on three more Android handsets from today
From today, Sky Go will be accessible on three new handsets: Samsung Galaxy S3, Galaxy Nexus and Samsung Galaxy Note.
Now available across eleven handsets - full list below - 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 WiFi connection.
• HTC Desire
• HTC Desire S
• HTC Desire HD
• HTC Incredible S
• HTC Sensation
• HTC Sensation XE
• Samsung Galaxy S
• Samsung Galaxy S2
• Samsung Galaxy S3
• Samsung Galaxy Note
• Galaxy Nexus
Sky Go is available on, HTC Sensation, HTC Sensation XE, Samsung Galaxy X2, Galaxy S3, Galaxy Note and Galaxy Nexus using the ICS operating system.
Every Sky home is entitled to register up to two devices, through which they can enjoy access to live channels including all five Sky Sports channels, Sky Sports F1™, EUROSPORT and ESPN, 11 Sky Movies channels, Sky News and Sky entertainment channels. Sky Go also includes a library full of movies programmes from our most popular channels such as, Mad Men on Sky Atlantic, Britain & Ireland's Next Top Model on Sky Living and Modern Family on Sky 1, to enjoy on demand at no extra cost.
More information on Sky Go is available from sky.com/skygo.