Sky Go comes to Jelly Bean on Google Nexus 4 and more
Sky Go now works on Jelly Bean devices including the Google Nexus 4, Samsung Galaxy S3, and other Android phones and tablets.
The app finally works on the Google Nexus 4, powered by Jelly Bean. And you can also now watch Sky Go on the 7-inch tablet, which also packs Jelly Bean.
With the One XL and S3 LTE you can watch Sky Go over 4G, speeding up streaming of movies and TV -- but you do have to have a 4G contract with EE.
There are now 25 Android devices capable of watching Sky telly while out and about. The other phones that support the app are the HTC Desire, , Desire HD, , , and ; and the , , Galaxy S3, , and original Galaxy Note.
Sky's online catch-up and on-demand service offers 43 live channels including Sky Sports and Sky Movies. But Skywith its piecemeal support for Android phones and complete lack of support for Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, the latest version of Google's software for mobile phones and tablets. Customers complained that they could not upgrade to Jelly Bean because they'd lose access to Sky Go -- the .
With its stranglehold on new movies and wide range of sport, losing the app was a major blow -- and customers were unhappy that the iPhone 5 got the app first.and
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