Sky customers are being given further opportunities to access on-demand TV and live streaming services on the move.
Android users are now able to watch Sky Go content on their mobile devices, meaning extra functionality is being added to a number of popular handsets.
While iPad and iPhone owners have been able to use Sky Go for some time, Android users have been left waiting for Sky TV content.
But Sky has finally solved the problem of adapting the app for multiple screen sizes within Android - which is great news for mobile customers.
As such, users on the major handsets can now access a number of live channels, including Sky Sports, Sky Movies, Sky News and ESPN.
Holly Knill, Head of Sky Go, said the firm is "extremely happy" to announce the roll out of Sky Go on selected Android handsets.
She also revealed that three more entertainment channels will be streamed on the Sky Go service - Sky 1, Sky Arts 1 and Sky Living.
Ms Knill claimed the arrival of the Sky Entertainment channels to mobile devices is "another boost" for subscription TV customers.
"We are always working to ensure that Sky customers have more ways to watch content they love, whether it's the big Premiership game, Emmy and Golden Globe winner Modern Family or Ruth Jones' Stella, and this is exactly what this enhanced version of Sky Go delivers," she commented.
Sky Go customers are set for a further boost next month - with the launch of the new, dedicated Formula One channel on the service.
Users will be able to access Sky Sports F1 HD from March 9th, with the 2012 season opener taking place in Melbourne, Australia, on Sunday March 18th.