Stream UK TV to your iPhone/Android browser with Yamgo

I’ve just stumbled upon Yamgo, this is a streaming service for live UK channels including BBC News, BBC One/Two/Three, ITV 1&2, Channel Four, E4 and Five.
I’ve tested this on HSDPA, the quality isn’t great but if you’re desperate to catch that episode of Come Dine With Me while out then it will suffice.
For the BBC streams you’re probably better off using the official iPlayer if you’re on iPhone.  Android Users can find a Beebplayer app in the Android Market.
Sign at then point you mobile browser to

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