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TalkTalk has launched a service that lets you watch TV on your mobile or tablet. It's called TV2Go, and it includes live and catch-up content.

You can stream it on two devices at once. If you want, you can start watching on your mobile and finish watching on your TalkTalk TV box. Which will be handy if someone is hogging the TV.

It works the other way too, so you won't miss the end of Rambo III because your nan wants to watch Strictly.

Sounds a lot like Sky Go? You're not wrong.

There's no word on how many channels you can watch, but TalkTalk says it can access a "wide range" of content from its TV Boosts. It will also add more channels in the future.

A 'play all episodes' feature lets you stream entire seasons of shows if you have the TVBox Boost.

"There's no denying that our plans for TalkTalk TV are set to ramp up this year," Olivia Streatfield, commercial director for consumer products at TalkTalk, said.

"The TV2Go app demonstrates our commitment to continually improve our service and give TalkTalk homes even more for their money."

The app is available now on Google Play and the iTunes App Store.

You'll need iOS 7 or later to run the service on an Apple device.

Compatible Android gadgets are: Samsung Galaxy S3, S3 Mini, S4, S5, Motorola Moto G, Moto G 2014, Nexus 5, Nexus 7, Nexus 10 and Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0.

TalkTalk plans to bring support to more devices in the near future.

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