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WatchESPN app now streaming ESPN to Android devices

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WatchESPN app now streaming ESPN to Android devices
Dah dah dah, dah dah dah...the ESPN theme song can now be heard on Android devices throughout the land as the WatchESPN app becomes available for Android after already making its appearance on the Apple iPhone. One important caveat-you must be a subscriber to an ESPNNetworks enabled provider which means if you are a subscriber to Time Warner Cable, Bright House or Verizon FiOS TV, you can receive ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3 and ESPNU streamed to your Android handset. When the appropriate season starts, ESPN's Buzzer Beater and Goal Line will also be included. If you subscribe to FIOS Internet only, you can watch just ESPN3. All others are locked out-on the bench-unable to play.

The app is available for free in the Android Market for phones loaded with Android 2.2 or higher.

source: ESPN via Engadget

WatchESPN now brings live streaming SportsCenter direct to your Android phone

WatchESPN now brings live streaming SportsCenter direct to your Android phone


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posted on 09 May 2011, 16:26

1. iami (unregistered)


All these Apps i keep reading about to get tv on your phone are always garbage. When are they going to release one that works like they claim it does. First they had mobile tv for vzw and att that gave you all major stattions liek Fox and so on but then you pay for it and realize This is not fox its fox mobile. If its sunday and football is on why am I watching sienfield. (no knock to sienfield love the show). With this app are they goin to show live games or only college ones anbd there shows. Also if I want this i have to change my cable provider thats garbage as well.

Honestly for anyone looking for a great way to watch tv on there phone just get SLINGBOX. Yes you have to pay 30 bucks for the app and 200 for a unit then install it but once you do that then you have every station you can view on your home tv on your phone. Even live sporting events, even on demand, even HBO and so on. Why bother with all the apps that never work right and some that charge monthly or make you get a new carrier.

posted on 10 May 2011, 13:40

10. ZayZay (Posts: 556; Member since: 26 Feb 2011)


Fantastic!

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