Sky Go is expanding onto more Android devices, with news that it’s coming to the Sony Xperia Z, the HTC One and the soon-to-land Samsung Galaxy S4.
Owners of the three flagship smartphones will soon be able to enjoy Sky’s programming on the move, joining a relatively small family of handsets and tablets currently supported by the Sky Go application.
Sky Go became available to select devices powered by Android Jelly Bean in December. However, since then it has been slow to arrive on newer gadgets, such as the Google Nexus 10, for which Sky has been heavily criticised by customers.
Well, fortunately it looks like the Pay TV giant is finally getting its act together. It has already confirmed that the service would be coming to the wider Android ecosystem as the year progresses.
Of course, it also means great news for any of you picking up Samsung’s latest hero kit, which goes on sale on April 27th.
If you haven’t already done so, the S4 is currently on pre-order with Three, O2, Vodafone, EE, T-Mobile and Vodafone.
TalkTalk Mobile will also start taking pre-orders from Monday, while Virgin Media is expected to join the party soon.
Got a Sony Xperia Z or HTC One? You can download the Sky Go app for free from the Google Play store right now.