Foxtel's Go iPad app gets more channels

Eight new channels, more catch-up TV for mobile service

Foxtel has added eight more channels from its subscription cable TV service to the Foxtel Go app for Apple's iPad, as well as increasing the number of programs available through its library of catch-up TV shows.

The biggest addition to the mobile app is FOX8. SoHo, LifeStyle You, LifeStyle Food, LifeStyle HOME, FUEL TV, SPEED and Discovery Turbo MAX are also added to the line-up, giving Foxtel Go a total of 29 live TV channels, and making it almost as versatile as Foxtel's Internet TV streaming services for Samsung Smart TVs and the Xbox 360.

New shows added to the catch-up service include three Real Housewives series, Top Chef, Million Dollar Decorators and LOL Work.

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