Some SKY Customers would say that it has been too long coming however Sky Go is now available for download on the Android Market.
The app, which is available at no extra cost to Sky Customers, can be downloaded free and used to watch up to 22 channels live on many Android devices. The channels include all the Sky Sports Channels, Sky Sports News, ESPN, All 11 Movie Channels, Sky 1, Sky Atlantic, Sky Living, Sky Arts 1 and Sky News.
Handsets supporting this, which must be using Android 2.2 or 2.3, are the HTC Desire, HTC Desire S, HTC Desire HD, HTC Incredible, HTC Sensation, Samsung Galaxy S and Samsung Galaxy S2 It is worth noting that customers wishing to Upgrade to Android version 4.0 will not be able to stream content via Sky Go until this operating system is fully supported.
What you can watch entirely depends on your SKY TV Subscription and you will also need a Sky Go Log In ID obtainable at www.skygo.com/signup. Up to two devices can be registered and used at the same time.
Watching Sky Go on your smartphone through a 3G connection will use data and contribute to the monthly allowance set by your mobile network operator. Exceeding this could result in significant charges