Sky Go On Android – 22nd Feb Launch

It seems that Sky Go on Android has been given a launch date of the 22nd February…. just a few days away!.  This app has been available for iOS devices for a while now and has allowed Sky customers to be able to watch certain TV channels on their phone, great for the sports fan who wants to see the football but has to go out with the partner shopping!.


Sky Go On Android   22nd Feb Launch

The bad news is not all devices will support the service.  TechRadar have said

Initially, Sky Go for Android will be released for only HTC and Samsung phones. The following phones will be compatible with the app: HTC Desire,HTC Desire S, HTC Desire HD, HTC Incredible S, HTC Sensation, Samsung Galaxy S and Samsung Galaxy S2.

Sky have not confirmed why these are the only launch phones, more could be added at a later date but if you own one of the above handsets and are a Sky customer then this could be a very exciting week for you!.

Link: TechRadar

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  • Moo Moo Head

    Another reason why the Android OS is not fully sustainable, can you image if Sky had released the SKY Go app on the Iphone only supporting White Iphones with 16gb? The black Iphone and 32gb versions will come later, LOL, ridiculous…
    This should be a prime example Google should look at when they comment next time on the fragmented Android OS and tell us it is just fine, when clearly it is not.

  • Moo Moo Head

    Another reason why the Android OS is not fully sustainable, can you image if Sky had released the SKY Go app on the Iphone only supporting White Iphones with 16gb? The black Iphone and 32gb versions will come later, LOL, ridiculous…
    This should be a prime example Google should look at when they comment next time on the fragmented Android OS and tell us it is just fine, when clearly it is not.

  • Andyf

    What a pathetic list of supported devices, and no tablets supported either. There is no excuse for this given how long they’ve had to develop it for Android.

  • Andyf

    What a pathetic list of supported devices, and no tablets supported either. There is no excuse for this given how long they’ve had to develop it for Android.