TV sports network ESPN launched a free iOS app for viewing live sports events and news last month. Now it’s Android’s turn. The WatchESPN app is available as a free download from the Android Market.

In order to view most content you’ll need to be a Time Warner Cable, Verizon FiOS TV, or Bright House Networks subscriber. If you pass that hurdle, you can access live streams of NBA games, Major League Baseball, college foodball and basketball, and tennis, soccer, and golf events as well as some EPSN news programs including SportCenter.

The WatchESPN app requires Android 2.2 and Adobe AIR.

via Engadget

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