Fans of ESPN Live TV will be glad to know that they’ll finally be able to enjoy ESPN on the go with their Android devices. ESPN has just announced that subscribers of Time Warner Cable, Bright House Networks and Verizon FiOS TV will be able use the free Android app if they have ESPN’s networks as part of their subscription. What better way to make use of your ThunderBolt’s 4G connection than by streaming your favorite sports matches all day?
This includes not only regular ESPN but also ESPN2, ESPNU and ESPN3. As for those of you who aren’t subscribers of TWC, Bright House, or FiOS TV – don’t fret. ESPN is in talks with other pay-TV operators about providing access to the services. For those of you with active ESPN subscriptions, head over to the Android Market to download the app for free now. Report back and let us know how it goes for you, it’s been getting mixed reviews on the Android Market right now.
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