theScore for Android has received a major update, with the biggest new addition being Feed – your very own customized stream of sports content.
The NHL playoffs are here, and theScore will be following the action right up to the moment the winning team lifts the Stanley Cup. We’ve got a host of great mobile-first features ready to deliver all the on-ice action in real-time.
Love stats? Love soccer? Then you’ll love theScore’s latest iOS update.
It’s a World Cup year, and theScore now offers deeper soccer coverage than ever before, including all major domestic league and cup competitions from England – including the FA Cup – as well as action from Spain, Italy, Germany, France, Mexico and the MLS, as well as the UEFA Europa League and the World Cup. And we’ve also made major improvements to our box scores for basketball and hockey too.
NHL Trade Deadline Day can be one of the most dramatic and chaotic dates in the regular season calendar, as general managers scramble to strengthen their rosters ahead of the final push for the post-season.
And theScore’s Trade Tracker will be on hand to deliver all the latest transactions and rumors straight to your mobile device in real-time, so you wont miss a thing.
theScore’s latest update for Android includes the addition of a dream feature for fans of fantasy league sports – or anyone who just wants to stay in the know.
Sports fans want to follow the leagues they care about. For some, the NBA is their top league while others don’t want to see it in their league menu at all. This is why theScore makes it possible to prioritize leagues in any order of your choosing, putting you in total control of your experience.
Here’s how to do it on iOS.
The biggest new feature to land on our latest iOS update was Feed – but we also made another, more subtle change to make it even easier to get the mobile-first, real-time sports news you care about. Our Top News section is now filtered by league, allowing you to easily swipe between content, drilling down to the stories you want to see.
– iOS update delivers major enhancements to personalized “My Score” feature
TORONTO, December 16, 2013 – theScore, Inc. (TSX Venture: SCR) (“theScore”) today gave sports fans a new integrated, hyper-personalized way to get mobile-first scores, stats and news for all their favorite teams and fantasy players through its latest iOS app update.
theScore’s customizable “My Score” section now includes “Feed” – a feature allowing users to create their own continuously updated stream of sports content, combining all the information on the leagues, teams and players the user is following in one place.
theScore’s deep player data coverage also makes Feed the perfect fantasy sports tracking tool, giving fans live updates on how their favorite players are performing in real-time.
“Like every feature we develop, Feed is designed to offer sports fans a completely mobile-first experience,” said Jonathan Savage, theScore’s SVP Product. “Feed builds on My Score’s personalization features, putting you completely in control of your experience, placing your teams, players and leagues front and center, with content perfectly delivered for mobile consumption.”
News updates will continue to be delivered using theScore’s unique mobile-first approach, where up-to-the-minute content is presented in “snackable bites” that break down the biggest stories into the most important elements – stacking each update on top of the last.
The iOS update also includes improvements to the Top News section, making it easier to filter news by league. Similar features will arrive on theScore for Android in the New Year.
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theScore for iOS got a fresh update today – complete with a brand new feature that makes it easier than ever to access all your favorite league, team and player news in one place. “Feed” can be found in My Score, and delivers your very own customized stream of sports content.
Mobile sports news on Android has never looked so good after theScore’s latest update went live today.
We’ve significantly revamped our news offering to deliver a visually richer experience, adding “Top News” so sports fans can catch-up with the biggest stories at a glance on their mobile device.