For those who don't know, ESPN is an international sports network that was launched in April 1996. It is dedicated to providing sports enthusiasts all over the world with news and information from all over the world about sports, sport events and sports people. The first form of this news and information service was based on a cable television station but gradually it moved over to digital channels and then moved over to its present platform at ESPN. From there, the idea of providing a news application on mobile devices was born and now it has grown phenomenally.
As you would expect, an application like ESPN on the go allows you to follow live sports and news from anywhere you are. As you would expect, it also lets you watch videos of the major highlights of any sports event and also allows you to follow live games. It is important to note here that even though you are able to view events live, you cannot actually see the game in full screen; this is, obviously, because you still have to be within reach of a television set in order to be able to watch the match on your mobile device.
In addition to being able to watch live sports, the ESPN App offers all of your usual live streaming video features on your mobile device. This includes things like live highlights, sports predictions, and game recaps. With this particular version of the spy mobile app, subscribers are given access to an "ESPN GamePlan" that provides them with step by step instructions on how to build up their home sports media center, starting with a single room that only contains one television set connected to it. The instructions in this particular ESPN application are designed in such a way that they are easy to follow, as well as providing subscribers with the option to stream multiple ESPN networks to their mobile devices.