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WatchESPN streaming video app now available for Android

WatchESPN, an app that allows users to stream live TV content to devices over Wi-Fi or cellular data connections, is now available for Android devices. ESPN released the app for the iPhone and iPod touch last month and we’ve definitely been enjoying it, so seeing the network follow up with an Android app last week was most certainly welcomed. WatchESPN streams live content from ESPN, ESPN 2, ESPNU and ESPN3.com provided you subscribe to a cable TV package from one of ESPN‘s partner companies. If your cable provider isn’t among those listed by ESPN, however, you’re unfortunately out of luck.

[Via Business Insider]

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