ESPNcricinfo announces improved versions of iOS and Android apps

ESPNcricinfo has announced improved versions of  iOS and Android apps which will be available on Google Play soon

ESPNcricinfo revamps its iOS, Android apps
ESPNcricinfo revamps its iOS, Android apps

ESPNcricinfo has given another reason to Cricket lovers to cheer. In the season of cricket matches it has launched the app with the name ESPNcricinfo. The app is available on android phones, windows. The app includes all of ESPNcricinfo’s in-depth coverage of the game including ball-by-ball commentary, breaking news, incisive opinion pieces from the World’s best cricket writers and audio and video features.

The new ESPNcricinfo app offers Push Notifications, Live Tiles, a unique Lean Back mode and much more.

Some of the key features of the app

  • Live game coverage – Commentary, scorecard, match graphics, photographs, reports and player profiles from every international game.
  • ‘Lean back’ mode – Switch the app to lean back mode, place your iPhone/iPod Touch on your table and follow live scores throughout a busy work day.
  • Push notifications – Get instant alerts for wickets, batsman milestones and score updates during live matches.
  • Personalization – Decustomised the innovative Cover Flow based homepage by your favorite team.
  • Video/Audio – Watch and listen to the latest ESPNcricinfo video and audio pod casts.
  • Magazine – Read from a selection of the best features from ESPNcricinfo Magazine
  • News, Results, Fixtures, Records and Rankings

The enhanced content and user experience of this new version of the app will extend beyond iOS and Android smartphones later this year, with apps for additional tablets, including Kindle Fire, the Windows Phone platform and entry-level smartphones like the Nokia Asha.

ESPNcricinfo’s mobile website already reaches more Indian fans on smartphones than any other sports site, and is the top sports site among Indian smartphone under 24-years-old, between 25- and 35-years-old and over 35 -years-old.

Across all mobile devices in India, fans log an average of nearly 316 million page views and more than 507 million minutes of time spent with ESPNcricinfo each month.