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Virgin Media's TV Anywhere app now works on the latest Android devices

Matt Brian, @m4tt
May 28, 2014
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Virgin Media's TV Anywhere Android app has been available since November, but its rollout has been hampered by limited device support. After the company opened the app to Nexus 5 owners earlier this year, it's finally made the streaming service available to most powerful Android smartphones and tablets that money can buy. If you own Samsung Galaxy S5, Sony Xperia Z2 or HTC One (M8), you'll now be able to stream over 90 channels and remotely control your TiVo box while on the move. There is a minor catch, however: the company notes that while the new devices can download TV Anywhere from the Play Store, they're not officially supported. In the company's own words: "We expect them to work, we have not been able to test all of them due to the large number of Android devices available." The list of supported devices is updated regularly, though, so for now, check out the list below to see if your Android smartphone or tablet makes the grade.

The full list of new devices: Samsung Galaxy S5, Samsung Galaxy Note 8, Sony Xperia Z2, Sony Xperia M2, Sony Xperia Z2 tablet, Sony Xperia M, HTC One (M8), HTC One Mini, HTC One Sensation, HTC One Max, HTC Desire HD, Motorola Moto X, Motorola RAZR I, Motorola Xoom 2, Motorola Xoo ME, Lenovo Ideatab A1000, Lenovo Ideatab S6000, Barnes and Noble Nook HD, Barnes and Noble Nook HD+, Huawei Ascend Y300, LG G2, LG GPad 8.3, Samsung Galaxy Note PRO 12.2, Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2.

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