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Stay connected to live sports and shows from ESPN - wherever and whenever you want them. Download the FREE WatchESPN app to your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch and get 24/7 access to live streaming feeds from ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, ESPNU, ESPNews, ESPN Deportes, SEC Network, SEC Network +, Longhorn Network, ACC Network Extra, ESPN Goal Line, ESPN Buzzer Beater, and ESPN Bases Loaded.
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The WatchESPN app features:
Live streaming through WatchESPN brings you the live sports and shows you care most about, as well as on demand news, highlights and analysis you can't miss. Download now to stream thousands of live events and shows, including:
* NFL – Monday Night Football
* College Football – including regular season, Bowl Games, and the College Football Playoffs
* Basketball – NBA regular season, Playoffs & The NBA Finals, as well as NCAAM and NCAAW
* Baseball – MLB regular season, NCAA Men’s Baseball,
* NCAA Women’s Softball
* Golf – The Masters
* Soccer – EURO and MLS
* Tennis – Wimbledon, US Open & Australian Open
* ESPN Shows – SportsCenter, PTI, Mike and Mike, SportsNation, Baseball Tonight, and so many more!
Easy-to-use search functionality for locating your favorite teams, shows and events.
AirPlay is now supported for all networks.
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What's New in Version 1.9.9
Bug fixes and performance improvements
Enjoy the App but...
The app is good when it's working. It would be nice to have the option of just paying for what I watch instead of having to have a cable provider. With new streaming technology it would be nice to see Disney/ESPN catch up with customer demand and offer more options for "pay tv" on a mobile device. I mean really, how hard would it be to offer a payment plan separate from the cable/satellite tv companies. I believe they would bring in more paying customers if they could offer this but it does seem like in today's world everyone is in each other's pockets as far as corporations go so this suggestion probably won't go too far...
While the app is generally good, it becomes extremely frustrating when watching a close game which extends into the time slotted for the next scheduled program because it goes blank, buffers and then tries to reconnect. Under Murphy's Law, this will happen right at the moment of a very big play in a very big match so by the time it reconnects, you've missed 30-40 secs of crucial action. All you get is the reaction of the crowd screaming so you have to look for a replay to know which play took place. Please ESPN, stop it. Once I'm connected, let me watch the programming without the need to "buffer" into the next scheduled program. Because it happens at the worst moment possible.
Lacrosse on my iPad
I'm a Syracuse alum and have loved Syracuse sports especially lacrosse for over 50 years. I was fortunate enough to be able to see the Hobart game in person last week and just watched the Cornell game here on my iPad. It is absolutely great to watch these games like this. The picture quality is great, the play by play is significantly better than on cable and I love having the game at my fingertips. My prediction is Sergio Salcido will be the MVP as Syracuse wins its 12th national championship.
- Category: Sports
- Updated: Mar 29, 2017
- Version: 1.9.9
- Size: 33.7 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: ESPN Inc.
- © 2011 ESPN Inc
Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.