Virgin Media’s TV Anywhere service has now been enabled for over 20 more Android phones and tablets including Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3.
Owners of the almost comically oversized phablet can now tune in to up to 68 channels on the go including Channel 5, CITV, the History channel and plus UKTV channels such as Dave, Really and Yesterday.
Other recently-enabled devices include the more recent LG L90 and HTC Desire 816 mid-range phones.
By ‘enabled’, Virgin Media means that while these devices aren’t fully supported, you’ll be able to download and install the TV Anywhere app from Google Play.
Here’s the full list of recently enabled devices:
|HTC Evo||Motorola Moto E||ASUS Transformer|
|LG G Flex||HTC Desire 816||Lenovo IdeaTab A2109A|
|Samsung Galaxy Nexus i9250||LG L90||Pipo Max M9|
|Samsung Note 3||Sony Xperia E1||Toshiba AT300|
|Sony Xperia J||Samsung Galaxy Ace 2||Versus Touchpad 7|
|Sony Xperia T||Samsung Galaxy Ace 3||Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1|
|LG G2 Mini||Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo||Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4|
|Motorola RAZR||NVIDIA Advent Vega Tegra Note 7||Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2|
|Motorola RAZR HD||ASUS Transformer Prime||Aldi Medio Lifetab|
Due to the large number of devices on the market, Virgin Media says that it’s not possible to fully test each and every one, but is confident that all the enabled devices will be able to handle it.
Fully supported devices – phones and tablets Virgin Media has thoroughly tested TV Anywhere on – include the Google Nexus 5 and Samsung Galaxy S4.
Whether fully supported or enabled, Virgin TV Anywhere is now available on over 106 devices – 65 phones and 41 tablets. A complete list of devices can be found here.
Download TV Anywhere from Google Play now.