Sky's TV-on-the-move app, Go, is now available on the Samsung Galaxy S III as well as a range of other Android 4.0 handsets after the broadcaster announced support for Ice Cream Sandwich. The app, which allows Sky customers to watch content while they're out and about - as long as it aligns with their subscriptions - is now …
Doesn't work on my Galaxy Nexus on Jelly Bean :(
Doesn't show up ...
.... on Google Play for via my HTC One X
This, from the PC version of Google Play ....
"This item is not compatible with some of your devices:
HTC One X
Both running ICS.
Where did this story come from?
'If you're an HTC or Samsung owner - with a Gingerbread or newer Android build'
Sammy Galaxy W running Gingerbread 2.3.6 - This app is not compatible with your device (but judging by the reviews it's no great loss ATM)
One week too late!
Had it been available for my Galaxy Nexus any time since October 2011, that would have been great. As they chose to release it exactly 6 days after my Galaxy Nexus was upgraded to Android 4.1.1 (Jelly Bean), an OS they do not support, it just make them look silly.
Big announcement: "look what we now support!" Except you don't.
Latest updated (2.0.1) added: Support for Galaxy S3, Galaxy Note and Galaxy Nexus devices on ICS
Which means that:
Sky Go is supported on the following Android smartphones running on 2.2, 2.3 & 4.0 operating systems: HTC Desire, HTC Desire S, HTC Desire HD, HTC Incredible, HTC Sensation, HTC Sensation XE, Google Galaxy Nexus, Samsung Galaxy S, Samsung Galaxy S2, Samsung Galaxy S3 and Samsung Galaxy Note.
Please note that if existing Sky Go users with OS versions 2.2, 2.3 or 4.0 choose to upgrade to v4.1 (Jelly Bean) they will not be able to stream content through the Sky Go app until the operating system can be fully supported.
A rubbish ...
.... report, then? No apology?
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