Sky Go is a nice extra for anyone with a subscription from the gigantic media company, but availability of the app has been restricted on Android devices so far. Additional support has now been added for a wide variety of popular phones, as well as new releases.
Pocket-lint reports that Sky has expanded Go support to devices such as the LG G2, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, the Sony Xperia Z1, and the Xperia Z Ultra. Samsung devices seem to have the best chance of working with Sky Go out of any manufacturer, although HTC is a close second.
Tablet compatibility is still lacking, however. Last year’s Nexus 7, as well as the 2013 version, both work without any issues, but the only other tablets that work with Sky’s service are Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 2 7 and Galaxy Tab 3 7.
Those with a standard Sky subscription can install Sky Go on up to two devices for free, but anyone wishing to use the service on up to four devices will have to pay an additional £5 per month. Content includes live television from 49 channels, as well as catch-up content from Sky’s movie and entertainment networks.