FOX SPORTS has launched ‘your new best friend’, a super App that offers sports fans the most comprehensive sporting experience in the palm of their hand.
The new FOX SPORTS App brings to life the best features of FoxSports.com.au by providing fans with extensive video highlights, live scores and stats, enhanced statistics and analysis, fixtures and results, breaking news, and exclusive editorial features all in the one App.
It will entertain and inform and analyse from across 14 sports and over 140 competitions.
Users will be able to personalise the app according to the way they like to follow sport. Through customising the layout to suit their preferences, sports fans will have access to the information that is most relevant to them.
Sports lovers will be kept in the know and across all the latest and breaking news with the FOX SPORTS News 500 channel available on the App for free.
FOX SPORTS’ CEO, Patrick Delany said: “FOX SPORTS is Australia’s leading sports provider; no one does sport better than us and fans love our depth and breadth of content.
“We’ve listened to sports fans and know there is a demand for an app that covers all the big sports.
“With more than 4.5 million Australians who don’t just follow one sport but around three to four, the all-in-one FOX SPORTS App will be the ultimate destination for them to get all the information they want.
“The ability to personalise the content and tailor to the way fans like to follow their sport and their team will really set this app apart from the rest. Features like alerts on score changes across multiple matches, notifications when games are close or breaking news on their favourite teams, will make every fan fall in love with our new app,” Mr Delany concluded.
The FOX SPORTS App is free to download and includes live scores, enhanced statistics, breaking news, exclusive editorial features, video highlights for all major sports and LIVE streaming of FOX SPORTS News 500.
FOX SPORTS’ Digital Subscribers will be able to access additional content including match replays and entertainment shows On Demand.
Users can now download the app by searching ‘FOX SPORTS AUSTRALIA’ in the App Store or Google Play.
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