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ESPN Launches Revamped SportsCenter App For The iPhone

Goodbye ESPN ScoreCenter, and hello ESPN SportsCenter. The sports giant has just launched a revamped version of its popular iPhone app featuring the name change and a number of other improvements. Version 4.0 of the app takes a number of visual cues from iOS 7 and provides a fresh look for sports fans. Here is the full list of changes, according to the release notes:
ScoreCenter is now SportsCenter Speed: Faster than Calvin Johnson going deep Favorites: Your team news and scores in an instant Clubhouses: Content central for every team and league under the sun ESPN Now: Your one-stop-shop for real-time scores and social updates Inbox: A dedicated home for personalized content from news to alerts to scores Enhanced Game Pages: New native sharing and one-click GameCast access Search: Easily navigate to teams, leagues, and sports to view content or add to favorites
I think the Clubhouse and Inbox are both great features, and I look forward to getting to try them out more soon. Designed for the iPhone/iPod touch, ESPN SportsCenter can be downloaded now in the App Store for free. Do note, you’ll have to create an account or login with Facebook if you want to access anything more than the most basic information in the app, which is definitely a shame. The separate app ScoreCenter for iPad is also available to download now for free. Hopefully it will be updated with the new design soon as it’s my favorite way to check in on all of my sports teams. For other app news today, see: Updated Weather Underground App Features New Design, Crowdsourced Data And More, Begin To-Do App Extends Functionality With New Premium Enhancements, and Narrato Journal Gains Web Publishing Feature, Facebook Integration And More. [gallery link="file"]
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