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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 available on 11 handsets in total.

If you're an HTC or Samsung owner - with a Gingerbread or newer Android build - or a holder of a Galaxy Nexus, then your smartphone should support it.

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Up to two devices can be registered for the service at any one time. For further information check out the SkyGo website. ®

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