At Bat 2015 updated for iOS and Android as Spring Training games begin

At Bat 2015 updated for iOS and Android as Spring Training games begin
With Major League players reporting to camp, Spring Training has just about started with practice games beginning on Sunday. And that means it is time for the annual spring update to the best team sports app in existence, At Bat. The app is available for iOS and Android. The Android update brings Material Design to the app and a home screen widget that shows scores of games in progress. Both platforms will see a new UI for all 30 team pages and a revised league-wide scoreboard. And both will now support Spanish users.

The app will cover Spring Training games right up to Opening Day. At that point, another update will be made that will keep At Bat 2015 going until the playoffs. And you don't have to be Giancarlo Stanton to afford the app. You can pay $2.99 a month or $19.99 for the whole year.

Subscribers now will get radio coverage of all Spring Training games. Those with a MLB.TV Premium subscription will be able to watch 200 Exhibition games on their phone or tablet. You can also keep track of batter-by-batter action for every Spring Training contest. You're not ready for the new baseball season until you've downloaded At Bat 2015 on your phone or tablet. You can do that by clicking on the sourcelink.


source: AtBat2015 (iOS|Android) via AndroidCentral

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3 Comments

1. darkkjedii

Posts: 31763; Member since: Feb 05, 2011

No Jeter, A-Rods back, no thanx.

2. KParks23

Posts: 748; Member since: Oct 13, 2010

Baseball is better!

3. Crispin_Gatieza

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That's my boy Stanton. Go Marlins!

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