A few more Android devices are now supported by Sky Go, after Sky rolled out the version 3.0 update. These include the HTC One X Plus, the Motorola RAZR i, and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0. However, Android tablets with screens bigger than 7 inches are yet to be supported. This includes Google’s new 10-inch tablet the Nexus 10.
If you’re an iPhone or iPad user, there is nothing to worry about. This sadly isn’t the case for Android users, as not all devices are supported. There are only a total of thirty Android smartphones and tablets currently supported.
“Sky Go is currently available on v2.2, 2.3, 4.0, 4.1, 4.2 and 4.2.1 running on a supported device,” announces Sky.
Lee Davies ranted on Google Play. He writes, “Sky, I give you nearly £100 per month, and yet this still isn’t enough! So you want another £5 per month for a feature that was previously free (and for more than four devices).”
“Your Android support is awful and until you find a way to improve your support of ALL Android devices, there’s no way I’m paying for a service I might lose access to if I change my device. You need to add Nexus 10 support!!!,” Jamie Kettlewell complains.
“We will be bringing Sky Go to more devices over time and will continue to assess demand to make sure we deliver the service to as many customers as possible,” promises Sky.
Peeved your Android device isn’t supported by Sky Go Extra? Is this making you decide to leave the service, or are you still waiting for Sky to support more Android devices? Let us know through a comment below.