WatchESPN has made some significant UI improvements recently and now has added both ESPNews and ESPN Deportes to it’s streaming lineup. Continue Reading >
The WatchESPN App updated their iPad app with some very sweet and user friendly new feature additions. Continue Reading >
ESPN’s Fantasy Football app has been released for Android, but sadly lacks many of the exciting features that were included in the iOS version. It’s pretty much the same Android app we saw last season.
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If you are in an ESPN Fantasy Football league this year and you have an iOS device, you are likely going to be quite pleased with the newly released ESPN Fantasy Football 2013 App. Continue Reading >
WatchESPN app is now available on your Apple TV. The popular ESPN app joins previously available sports apps MLB.TV, NBA.com League Pass Broadband, and NHL GameCenter. Continue Reading >
ESPN recently released it’s new ESPN SportsCenter Feed iOS app that delivers the latest SportsCenter headlines to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch. Continue Reading >
ESPN has finally delivered on a promised updated to their XBox app. Now you can watch live programming form all the ESPN Networks in addition to the previously offered ESPN3 content. However, there are a few sizable caveats… Continue Reading >
The party is over. I suppose it was just a matter of time before ESPN pulled the plug on cord cutting sports fans. If you were a heavy user of ESPN3 to watch premium sports content, you’ve surely noticed the drastic change in the quality and quantity of the ESPN3 offerings this Fall. Continue Reading >
Back in May, ESPN released a “new” version of it’s ESPN Radio app and greedily decided it was a good idea to charge every user, even those who had already paid for the “old” app, $4.99 to use it. Yeah, even the loyal listeners who had already paid for the app were told they had to pony up another $4.99. Their rationale was that this was not an upgrade, but a completely new app. Outrage by ESPN Radio app users was universal and the app plummeted to a one star rating in iTunes. Eventually, this outrage got ESPN to change it’s tune. Continue Reading >
Hey college football fans, if you want plenty of college football content on the go from the Worldwide Leader, check out ESPN’s College Football app for the iPhone, iPad, and Android. Continue Reading >
ESPN’s 30 for 30 is a series documentaries, the brain child of columnist Bill Simmons, that chronicle fascinating stories and interesting people from the past 30 years. On August 1st, many of the the more than 30 features (yes, they hit 30 and just kept going) will be available through Netflix’s Instant streaming service.
When ESPN released a new version (4.0) of it’s radio app earlier this month, I foolishly assumed it could only be a good thing. Silly me.
In this hilarious ESPN College GameDay spot, Kirk Herbstreit and Coach Corso decide to “carpool” with the Sooner Schooner. Desmond and Chris don’t seem amused. Continue Reading >
Part of ESPN’s “It’s Not Crazt, it’s Sports” campaign, this ad features Steelers fans displaying Terrible Towels in a variety of situations and locations such as Niagra Falls, Stonehenge, the Great Wall of China, and even outer space. Continue Reading >