WatchESPN, the Android application that allows sports fans to stream live games to their smartphones and tablets while they’re on the go, has finally been ported to Amazon Kindle Fire and Kindle Fire HD tablets. The app is free to download and use — providing you already have a supporting ESPN TV subscription — and it delivers access to ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, and ESPNU.
WatchESPN allows you to tune into live events from the NBA, Major League Baseball, The Masters, the U.S. Open, the Barclays Premier League, and lots more on your Kindle Fire, Kindle Fire HD, and Kindle Fire HD 8.9. As long as you already have a ESPN at home, the app is completely free to enjoy on the go.
“We’re excited to work in collaboration with Amazon to offer our popular and award-winning WatchESPN app in the Amazon Appstore, extending its reach to Kindle Fire HD devices,” said Matt Murphy, senior vice president of ESPN’s Digital Video Distribution.
”Tablets are a growing platform for video usage, and our goal has always been serving sports fans wherever they consume content.”
WatchESPN can be downloaded now from the Amazon Appstore. You can find it using the source link below.