Meet Sports Video Hub – all-in-one sports video feed for Windows Phone

Meet Sports Video Hub – all-in-one sports video feed for Windows Phone
Thanks to Microsoft's online developer utility, Windows Phone App Studio, people who have little or completely no skills in programming can easily compile their own Windows Phone app. The process is quick and smooth, but the created apps are quite simplistic and free of features. Sports Video Hub is one of these apps and it allows users to do one thing, and one thing only – watch sports.

Just as its name suggests, Sports Video Hub is a video player that allows users to watch a wide range of YouTube sports videos, highlights, interviews, and even live coverage. The app can currently show content from the following YouTube channels: The Dan Patrick Show, First Take, ESPN, Fox Sports, Grantland MLB, NBA, NASCAR, NHL, MLS, Fox Sports Live, CBS Sports, NBC Sports, NBA TV, Bleacher Report, Keith Olbermann, Grantland, PTI, MLB Network, Hockey Fights, Big Ten Network, HBO Sports, Showtime Sports, PGA Tour, Big 12 Network, Pac 12 Network, SEC, Nettwork, ACC Network, KICK TV, Sky Sports and ATP Tennis.

Sports Video Hub is available for all Windows Phone 8 devices and is priced at $0.99.

Download: Sports Video Hub (Windows Phone)

source: WMPoweruser



1. corporateJP

Posts: 2458; Member since: Nov 28, 2009 costs money for this app?

2. odoggyfresh

Posts: 1; Member since: Jan 22, 2014

hello. developer here. the app is now free! I agree it was a little greedy of me to charge money, but hey, I'm a struggling college kid and like to buy beer.

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