Sky users really do enjoy being able to watch TV on the go via their mobile devices, although we do know improvements need to be made. If you are on Android, then you can become involved by testing out a new Android Sky Go app that is combined to work with tablets and smartphones. That’s not all, you can also test the new Sky Go service on your PS3 or PS4.
In order to take part in the Sky Go Android Trial you will need to head to this page where you will have to fill in details, such as your full name, Sky account number, who provides your Internet, whether you have an Android tablet or phone, the version of OS and if you have a Google Plus account.
The questions are slightly different for testing out the new Sky Go services on the PlayStation 3 or 4, as you are asked for your name, email address, which console you have, Sky ID, if you have a Sky Go Extra account and if you work for the satellite TV company or a subsidiary.
People seem happy with the Android trial, although they would like to know when the app will become available on the Amazon Kindle Fire. There seems to be some problems with the PS3 and PS4 version of the Sky Go app, as it does’t seem to be working for some people who signed up to trial it.
What do you think of the new Sky Go app on these devices so far?
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