The Sky Go application is now compatible with the Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Nexus smartphones, as well as the Galaxy Note hybrid device.
"Sky Go allows customers to watch channels and a range of on-demand shows and movies in line with their subscription, while on the move in the UK and Ireland, through either a 3G or WiFi connection," read a statement from the broadcaster.
The move takes the total number of Android devices compatible with the service up to 11, with the Ice Cream Sandwich-powered HTC Sensation, HTC Sensation XE and Samsung Galaxy X2 also recently added to the list.
Sky recently unveiled its NOW TV service, an internet-based television streaming platform aimed at users who have previously shunned pay-TV.
Sky Go is also available on iOS devices, PCs and the Xbox 360.
Watch an advertisement for Sky Go below: