Now watch T.V. and multitask on your android phones through the Sky Go video streaming app

    By Rahul Ramesh

    Now watch T.V. and multitask on your android phones through the Sky Go video streaming app


    Now android users will get the benefit of watching t.v. and multitasking at the same time on their phones. Yes, this is made possible with the Sky Go video streaming application which is currently available for select android phones.

    Through the Sky Go App, users can watch live t.v. on their android phones and also have the freedom to choose from over 39 different t.v channels. In addition to this, android phone users can also access live broadcasts from ESPN, Sky New, Sky Arts including 11 sky film channels.

    This would be beneficial for users on the go as they will not face the risk of missing their favorite channels when on the move. Through the Sky Go, users can also access movie shows and various t.v programmes on demand.

    As of now the app is compatible with the following smartphones: HTC Desire, HTC Incredible, HTC Sensation and Samsung Galaxy S smartphone range. Along with this, the users can view the Sky Sports F1 channel across all platforms from March 2012.

    Users can opt for a Sky Go monthly package to access the T.V. channels, the cost of this monthly package is approximately Rs 3,124 in India for sports. Tariff is variable for various other packages.

    Along with watching movies, users can also use their android phones for various other tasks as well, thus users get full freedom to multitask through the Sky Go app. Thus, the Sky Go app brings the android smartphones to life.


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