From today, any one signed up to Sky Go can now access a further 14 channels for streaming or download on compatible mobile devices, laptops and the Xbox 360.
The new channels include some of Sky's most popular: Comedy Central, Dave, MTV, Gold, Nat Geo, History and Discovery to name a few.
However some channels, including the last 3 mentioned, require a subscription to Sky TV's Entertainment Extra pass and, in order to download shows, a £5 montly subscription for Sky Go Extra is required.
Sky now offers 40 entertainment channels, 6 sports channels and 11 movie channels on its mobile TV platform.
Sky's Brand Director of TV Products, Luke Bradley-Jones, said of the update, "Sky Go has gone from strength to strength since it launced in July 2011 and now attracts over 3 million unique users quarterly."
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"The addition of these new channels is part of our continued commitment to provide our customers with a great TV experience whenever and wherever they want it, all at no extra cost."
The full list of channels is as follows:MTV – including Geordie Shore available On Demand · Comedy Central – including Jeff Dunham's Very Special Christmas Special and South Park · Gold – including You, Me & Them and The Two Ronnies Spectacle available On Demand · Watch – including Dynamo: Magician Impossible and Primeval available On Demand · Dave – including Red Dwarf X and Storage Hunters available On Demand · Alibi – including Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries and Rizzoli & Isles available On Demand · Nat Geo – including Meet The Polygamists and Prospectors available On Demand · Nat Geo Wild – including World’s Weirdest and Fish Tank Kings II · Discovery – including Bear Grylls: Escape From Hell and Ice Pilots · TLC – including Toddlers and Tiaras and Beauty & The Geek Australia · Animal Planet – including My Cat From Hell and Finding Bigfoot · History – including Ice Road Truckers and Pawn Stars available On Demand · Good Food – including Choccywoccydoodah · Eden
MTV, Comedy Central, Gold, Watch, Dave, Alibi, Nat Geo, Nat Geo Wild, Discovery, TLC, Animal Planet, History, Good Food and Eden.
The news follows the announcement last week, that the Sky Go app for Android will go completely live on December 3rd, following months of being in a Beta testing mode.
For more information and a list of compatible devices for Sky Go, head to sky.com.