MLB.com At Bat Gets Redesigned News Reader

Posted September 9, 2013 at 5:26pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 2740 views

MLB.com At Bat has been updated with a redesigned news reader offering expanded features and inline interactivity (iPad only).

The #1 source for live baseball, MLB.com At Bat, is the official app of Major League Baseball.

Features:
• Watch the free MLB.TV Game of the Day or access your MLB.TV Premium subscription to watch every out-of-market game
• See key plays and pivotal moments from every game with Live Look-Ins (No blackout restrictions)
• MLB.TV Premium subscribers can access archives of every game from the 2013 seasons on-demand
• Home and away radio broadcasts
• In-progress video highlights
• Enhanced, re-designed Gameday pitch-by-pitch features, including realistic ballpark renderings from all 30 MLB parks
• Condensed Games
• Breaking news, standings, schedules, rosters and stats
• Customize At Bat’s home screen to feature a designated favorite team (iPhone only)
• Enhanced video library archive, searchable by player, team or keyword (iPhone only)
• Customizable push notifications for game start and end and video highlight availability
• Ford Sync compatibility

Subscriptions:
• One-time annual fee of $9.99 for the entire 2013 season, Opening Day through the World Series.
• Monthly recurring fee of $2.99.
• MLB.TV Premium subscribers receive At Bat 13 for free.

What's New In This Version:
· Re-designed news reader with expanded features and inline interactivity (iPad only)
· Overall maintenance improvements

You can download MLB.com At Bat from the App Store for free.

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