Fox News’ NFL Game Pass service, which lets fans stream games online from local stations and broadcast teams’ home games, is getting an upgrade with an Android-based app for free.
The new app is available for download from Google Play and will automatically download to your device whenever you sign in to the app.
The service will be available for purchase in select cities beginning July 6.
As mentioned, the app allows users to stream live games from local broadcast stations and teams’ games, such as the Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, Green Bay Packers and Atlanta Falcons.
The app will also include access to live stats and live scores from the NFL’s officiating crew and other players, including the head linesman.
In addition to the NFL Game pass, which is priced at $19.99 per year, Fox News is offering a separate streaming service, called the NFL On Demand.
Fox News says the service will have “up to 8.5 hours of video on demand” with “all games, including regular season games, and the playoffs, including games between teams.”
The new apps will be rolled out to all Fox News apps and will cost $9.99.
For a limited time, you can also stream Fox News shows and documentaries to your Android device with the new $3.99 subscription option.
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