ESPN is a US based global sports channel owned by ESPN Inc. It broadcasts its transmission in 200 countries and also operates regional channels in several countries. ESPN Android app is developed to keep ESPN viewers updated with up-to-the minute scores of sports. They can watch latest sports news, and tons of sports videos right on their mobile phones.

Developer: ESPN Inc
Current Version: 5.10.1
Supported OS: Android 4.4 and above

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App Screenshot:
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– Sign in and personalize the ESPN app to get alerts about scores and news from your favorite teams and leagues.
– Fast access to scores from matches like cricket, football, F1 racing, tennis, NBA, MLB, Golf, NFL and many more.
– Watch videos and read stories from your favorite teams and leagues front and center in your ‘favorites feed’. Just pick leagues and teams to start getting updates.
– Get live notifications of scores and breaking news on your mobile devices.
– ESPN requires internet access to deliver updates and watch videos.

(Through its collaboration with Sony Pictures Networks (SPN) in the subcontinent – sports lovers will get access to a powerful portfolio of sports rights including UEFA Euro championship, La Liga and NBA)

What’s New:
– Bug fixes and performance improvements

Overview of Previous Updates:
– Australia Edition: Looking for AFL news coverage? Switch to the Australia edition in settings to get the best sports coverage from down under.
– Enhanced Golf Leaderboard: Follow round by round coverage of every tournament with our redesigned leaderboards, featuring enhanced player and course statistics.
– New Video Experience: Get all your college football videos in one tap from the highlights button, and then roll on through the best fantasy analysis out there. Love or Hate Matthew Berry’s advice? Now you can swipe or tap to advance to the next video.