ESPN is giving its digital platforms a makeover this week by consolidating its iPhone and iPad apps into one unified experience. The new ESPN app combines what was formerly ESPN SportsCenter for iPhone and ESPN ScoreCenter for iPad into one app that offers universal support for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The app has also received a significant redesign and long-overdue support for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.

In addition to a fresh coat of paint, the new ESPN app introduces a revamped ESPN Now that delivers up-to-the-minute sports coverage, including news, photos, videos and social media content. The app has also been updated with Cricket World Cup support, including video clips and scores, just as the international championship kicks off in Australia and New Zealand.

ESPN App [Direct Link] requires iOS 8 or later.

Top Rated Comments

Ludatyk Avatar
109 months ago
Kinda sucks ESPN only offer the iPad in landscape support, no portrait view. And they updated the resolutions for the 6 & 6 Plus, yet only portrait view.. No landscape support. Kinda ironic.
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Belmont31R Avatar
109 months ago
Full of ads. No thanks.
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clayj Avatar
109 months ago
This would be great except for the fact that now when I launch the app on my iPad, it crashes. Deleting and reinstalling the app does not help.
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