Better late than never, Foxtel has upgraded its Foxtel Go app with some features we've been waiting for for a while - albeit with a few big caveats. Jump in here for all the details on the upgraded app.
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As our weekend guru Logan predicted, Foxtel Go -- the catch-up service which lets you watch Foxtel content on your mobile -- is now available on Android, albeit only if you're running some Samsung Galaxy devices. It has also been made available for Windows PCs and Macs. Of interest to everyone using the service: you can now register it on up to three separate devices, up from the previous limit of two.
Android users might only have to wait until Tuesday to get their hands on the native version of catch-up service Foxtel Go, if a slip of the tongue by one of the company's technical support guys is to be believed.
Foxtel has launched a new internet delivered TV service dubbed Foxtel Play in a bid to make further inroads into the lucrative IPTV market. The new service will be available for a range of TVs, consoles and mobile devices, including Android handsets. Better yet, it requires no lock-in contract to join.
In January, Foxtel promised that its Foxtel Go mobile viewing app would be released as an iPhone app. That app officially appeared this week, along with an enhanced range of channels for Foxtel Go, including the three main Foxtel sports channels.