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Virgin Media's TV Anywhere app has been switched on for nearly 30 more Android devices, among them the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, Motorola Moto E, and HTC Desire 816.

The app lets customers watch up to 68 channels on their mobile device. These include Channel 5, CITV, the History Channel, and UKTV channels like Dave, Really, and Yesterday.

Older devices like the Motorola RAZR and Sony Xperia T can also use the app.

However, these most recent devices are just enabled rather than fully supported. Virgin Media says it hasn't tested them all, but it's confident that the app will run on them without any problems.

If you do have any issues, get in touch with Virgin Media.

After an update in March, all devices running Android 4.4 KitKat should be able to run TV Anywhere without a hitch.

Other devices recently enabled for the app include the Asus Transformer, Sony Xperia E1, Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 and 3, Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo, and LG G2 Mini.

The TV Anywhere app is now available – whether fully supported or enabled – for 106 devices. You can see a full list here.

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