The app brings live coverage from eight dedicated sports channels, including Sky Sports 1-4 and ESPN, which means 115 Premier League games direct to your Android phone or tablet.
The app, which differs from the SkyGo offering, is just £4.99 a month, with no Sky subscription and no annual contract required.
For sports fans, it's a great alternative to signing up for Sky Go, and much, much cheaper.
Wi-Fi and 3G
Beyond the footy there's also the Sky Sports F1 channel, meaning the final 9 races of the season can be streamed to your device over Wi-Fi and 3G.
There's also Sky Sports News, At The Races and, as a nice little bonus, the Sky News channel.
Android Jelly Bean is not currently supported, meaning there's no love for the new Nexus 7 tablet.
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