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The WatchESPN App Now Includes A Live Toolbar Featuring Scores And Stats

WatchESPN now includes a live toolbar that runs across the bottom of a video screen. This allows users to pull up data from other games such as scores and stats. You can also use it to access on-demand video clips. The app is also now compatible with iOS 7. Also new in WatchESPN 1.7:
  • Users connecting from a college or military network now get access to ESPN3 events automatically!
  • "ESPN on ABC" events will now appear in the WatchESPN app. Selecting these events will bring you into the WatchABC app.
WatchESPN is free to download. Use, however, is still restricted to those who subscribe to one of ESPN’s cable partners. These include Time Warner Cable and Comcast, among others. [caption id="attachment_451786" align="aligncenter" width="480"]WatchESPN 1.7 WatchESPN 1.7[/caption] Note: The new live toolbar feature is currently only available on the iPad and iPad mini. ESPN streaming partners include: AT&T U-Verse, Bright House Networks, Charter, Comcast XFINITY, Cox, Midcontinent Communications, Optimum, Time Warner Cable, and Verizon. See also: Apple TV Now Offering HBO GO And WatchESPN Programming Thanks To A New Update, CBS Sports Goes Universal, New iPad Edition Comes Complete With Live Video, and Op-Ed: What Good Is Live Streaming On An Apple TV?,
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