Samsung Galaxy S3, Nexus and Note get Sky Go

Sky Go is now on the Samsung Galaxy S3, Samsung Galaxy Nexus and Samsung Galaxy Note.

Sky Go is now on the Samsung Galaxy S3, Samsung Galaxy Nexus and Samsung Galaxy Note. The trio of Galaxy phones are the latest to stream Sky movies, sport and TV shows straight to your phone wherever you are.

You can now watch Sky Go on 11 Android phones, including the HTC Desire, Desire S, Desire HD, Incredible S, Sensation and Sensation XE. And as well as the trio of newly minted Galaxy phones mentioned above, it's already on the Samsung Galaxy S and Samsung Galaxy S2 .

Sky Go is also available on the iPad and iPhone .

You can watch various channels and on-demand TV and movies over a 3G or Wi-Fi connection. Sky customers can register two devices, so two people in your household can watch on the go, or you can move between your laptop and your phone.

Sky Go offers all five Sky Sports channels, Sky Sports F1, Eurosport and ESPN, as well as 11 Sky Movies channels, Sky News and assorted Sky entertainment channels.

Sky also launched Now TV this week, an online streaming service available to anyone without requiring a Sky TV subscription and a dish bolted to your house. Sadly Now TV isn't compatible with Ice Cream Sandwich phones , so there's no love for the S2, S3, HTC One X, or any other phone running Android 4.0. Sky promises it's working on bringing the service to more Android phones, including Ice Cream Sandwich phones.

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