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Sky is giving UK consumers the chance to enjoy its pay-TV content on a wider range of mobile devices.

The broadband provider's Sky Go service is coming to the Sony Xperia Z, Motorola Razr HD, HTC One and the new Samsung Galaxy S4 - set to be released next week.

As such, consumers with one of the Android devices will be able to watch Sky content on the move - both live TV and archived programmes.

According to the firm, Sky Go offers pay-TV customers "a huge library of on-demand content", at no extra charge on top of their monthly subscription.

Consumers are able to watch programmes on their PC, laptop or iPad, while the number of smartphones with access to the Sky Go app continues to increase.

New users simply need to create a Sky Go iD username and password, and then sign in to begin watching content on the move.

Holly Knill, Head of Sky Go, recently claimed that demand for the service "continues to increase at a phenomenal rate" as more smartphones and tablets come to market.

She said the firm was looking to offer Sky Go on as many devices as possible, while at the same time continuing to improve the quality of the application.

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