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Sky Go app Ice Cream Sandwich support coming this month

Sky adds on-demand content to Android app and will support ICS this month

Sky has promised an update for its Sky Go Android app will arrive this month with support for Ice Cream Sandwich.

The firm said that an update will be released to support Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich smartphones by the end of July. The new version of the app will also add support for new devices including the Samsung Galaxy Note and Galaxy Nexus. More info: Sky Go on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.

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Sky has also updated the app with new features for existing users. Now up to version 2.0, Sky Go users can access on-demand and catch-up content from Sky Movies, Sky 1, Sky Atlantic, Sky Living and Sky Arts 1.

See also: How to watch Sky Go on a laptop or PC.

Holly Knill, product director of Sky Go said: "With the huge and ever-growing popularity of Android devices in the UK it’s fantastic to make on-demand content from Sky Movies and Sky Entertainment available to Sky customers for the first time."

"We hope this update to the service offers extra flexibility to Android users and the new option of on-demand viewing makes a richer experience for all Sky customers across all platforms."


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