ESPN has just pushed out an update that changes its popular ScoreCenter mobile app both without and within. Now known as SportsCenter, the app will not just give users insights into team and game scores but will now also deliver news, videos, and a pinch of social networking.
ESPN Scorecenter app? If you don’t, be glad. It was clunky, confusing, and just not well designed. It also wasn’t supported very well, leading many to think ESPN had forgotten about it. They didn’t, and have relaunched it as SportsCenter, pinching the name from their ubiquitous daily show.
HTC One Max images and the Nexus 4 dropping $100, we wanted to share a quick reminder that tons of apps are receiving updates from last night and this afternoon. There's always too many to list, but a few important ones made our cut. From NFL Mobile, ESPN Fantasy Football (heck yes) to Twitter and more.
ESPN are having a little bit of fun with Google's latest innovation. That being Google Glass of course. We've seen it in operating rooms, at Tennis championships, and now we're getting a eye-to-eye look at NFL Quarterbacks throwing lasers passes to their wide receivers.
NFL and Fantasy Football fans out there, we have good news from ESPN today. They've beat the rest and are ahead of the curve by already updating their Fantasy Football app for the 2013 NFL season. For all you NFL fans out there like myself stuck watching NBA playoff games and the media's endless and exhausting coverage of the Lakers, get ready for the draft!