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Sky Go is now available on Amazon's Fire tablets, allowing Sky subscribers to watch entertainment from over 70 channels on their slates.

Channels include Sky 1, Sky Atlantic, MTV, Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network, with customers able to watch channels live and on-demand.

Sky Go is already available on the iPad and other Android tablets.

"It's brilliant that Amazon Fire tablets are now compatible with Sky Go in time for the great line up of TV this December," said Luke Bradley-Jones, Sky's director of TV products.

"There's something for everyone to watch including 'Cinderella' for princes and princesses, 'Geordie Shore' for reality TV addicts and the World Darts Championship for those with a competitive spirit.

And Sky Go is set to get even better in 2016, with more great content, and a series of exciting updates."

Steve Rabuchin, vice president, Amazon Appstore, added: "We're focused on adding the highest quality selection to our Appstore, and Sky has one of the strongest content catalogues in the UK.

"The addition of Sky Go to our store provides our customers with easy access to Sky's first-class exclusive TV, movies and sports programming. We're delighted to welcome Sky to the Amazon ecosystem we look forward to working with the Sky team in future."

You can download the app now from amazon.co.uk/appstore.

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