For the sports junkies among us, WatchESPN was updated this morning giving the app a vastly different user interface as well as the ability to watch Monday night football straight from your tablet. The app now follows the Android user interface guidelines, which aim to make the user interface more uniform across the Android platform. Christian was born and raised in Canberra, Australia, lived for 5 years in Paris, France, and is currently living in the USA.
Gamers yearning for the promise of more than just ESPN 3 on the Xbox 360 have finally gotten what they've been waiting for.
This app will enable users to watch live streams of ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU and ESPN3 on their Android mobile devices over Wi-Fi or cellular data connections, by subscribing to partner cable providers (Time Warner Cable, Bright House or Verizon FiOS TV).
You can download the WatchESPN app for Android here at Android Market (hit the link) for free. Not only that, you can now access scores, news, and live feeds straight from the main menu, making the app much easier to navigate.


He spends much of his time playing with his Android devices and researching new and improved technology. Bear in mind that this app will require the installation of Adobe AIR on your Android device.
WatchESPN has essentially been redone completely from both a content and a visual standpoint.
When Christian isn't writing for TalkAndroid, he normally can be found in a music studio producing either his own music or someone else's. In order to take advantage of the app on Ballmer and Co.'s gaming box, you'll need service from a cable provider that offers WatchESPN. To enjoy the ESPN streaming for free, all you need to do is to be a cable subscriber with the right provider.
Those who're content with only ESPN 3 will still just need an Xbox Live Gold subscription and an internet connection from an "affiliated provider." Along with live content, the app also brings split screen channel viewing, game reminders, a personalized "My Sports" section and more.


According to Microsoft's Major Nelson, an Xbox SmartGlass companion experience for ESPN, NBA and SportsPicks will be available come December. Fans will be able to access popular shows like SportsCenter, PTI, First Take, NFL Live, Baseball Tonight, College GameDay, Mike & Mike in the Morning and others as well as live events from the NFL, MLB, NBA, soccer, tennis, golf, motor sports and more. For those eager to spend some quality time with Sports Center and Mike an Mike in the Morning, look out below for more details in the press release. Affiliated providers include Time Warner Cable, Bright House Networks, Verizon FiOS TV, XFINITY® TV from Comcast, and Midcontinent Communications.




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