Sky Go赛事直播 描述
On Demand and Live TV from Sky, available at no extra cost for Sky TV customers.
**We are currently testing support for the Jelly Bean operating system on the Galaxy Nexus; we hope to release in the near future following successful testing completion. In the meantime customers who choose to upgrade to Jelly Bean will not be able to stream content through the Sky Go app until the operating system can be fully supported.**
Enjoy TV from Sky on a range of Android smartphones wherever you are in the UK or Ireland with a 3G or Wi-Fi connection.
Choose from over 500 Movies, hundreds of entertainment shows from some of our most popular channels and now On Demand kids shows from Disney, Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network to watch instantly. Plus, watch up to 24 live channels in line with your subscription including:
All 6 Sky Sports channels including Sky Sports F1 plus Sky Sports News, British Eurosport and ESPN
All 11 Sky Movies channels
Sky Arts 1
**Winner of Stuff Gadget Awards App of the Year December 2011**
For security reasons and to protect the rights of our content partners Sky Go is not supported on any device where limitations included within the device operating system have been removed or tampered with (aka rooting).
*Supported handsets: 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.
Watching Sky Go on your smartphone through a 3G connection will use data and contribute to the monthly allowance set by your mobile network operator. Exceeding this could result in significant charges.
Why do I get a '3G Network usage is disabled' error message?
The new Network Preferences feature allows users to enable/disable their use of 3G data usage in the Sky Go app. If you see an error message which reads ‘3G Network usage is disabled’, within the Sky Go app, go to ‘Menu > Settings > Network Preferences’ and enable streaming over 3G.
How do I sign in?
All you need to start enjoying Sky Go is a Sky iD username and password which you can set up at skygo.com/signup.
How much does Sky Go cost?
Sky Go is available to Sky TV customers at no extra cost but what you will be able to watch depends on your Sky TV subscription. You can register two devices and watch on both at the same time.
What are the streaming requirements?
During the first few seconds of streaming Sky Go will identify your bandwidth and begin to stabilise. We recommend a minimum continuous bandwidth of 500Kb per second to access high quality streams.
What are the handset requirements?
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.
The service is only available in the UK and ROI. Mobile network and/or Wi-Fi charges may apply. Contact your Network Operator for further information.
General: Available to residential customers in the UK or Ireland only. Some programmes from live Sky TV channels are unavailable via Sky Go. Further terms apply.
Sky’s privacy notice explains how Sky uses your information. You can view this notice at: http://www.sky.com/privacy