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ESPN Releases Redesigned 'ScoreCenter' App for iPhone

Although ESPN's popular ScoreCenter app for iPad recently received a refresh including a visual makeover, the iPhone version had remained the same and continued to lack support for the taller iPhone 5 display for nearly three months after the device's debut. That changed today as ESPN released a completely redesigned app that takes cues from the iPad version. ESPN released the following statement about the new app:
Today, ESPN launched new versions of its highly popular ScoreCenter app for iOS and Android devices. Completely redesigned and optimized for iPhone 5, iPad and new Android smartphones, ScoreCenter serves sports fans with personalized scoreboards, alerts, breaking news and video highlights of their favorite teams and leagues from around the world. With simplified navigation, as well as live, integrated Gamecasts and links to WatchESPN, ScoreCenter makes it easier than ever for fans to follow up-to-the-minute sports news and information wherever, whenever. Other key features:

- Expanded game views providing in-depth game coverage
- Live scoring alerts for favorite teams and personalized match-ups sent directly to your device
- Calendar navigation, enabling access to previous scores and upcoming games
- Ability to share favorite games, videos and news with friends

The updated version of the free ScoreCenter app is now available for download in the App Store [Direct Link]

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Posted: 17 months ago
I love this so much more than the old piece of junk.
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Posted: 17 months ago
Now that Siri is supporting sports, I've since dropped ScoreCenter and switched to Yahoo's Sportacular. It's nice being able to check a score with Siri and then tap on the score to open Sportacular to get the details of the game.

I do however use WatchESPN now that my cable company supports it. That is a very handy app.
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Posted: 17 months ago
sportacular is still the best of the bunch IMHO
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Posted: 17 months ago
hhhmmm after reading this thread I may have to check out sportacular, I've always used scorecenter for sports scores... But maybe the grass is greener.
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