One of our favorite sports apps on any platform, MLB At Bat 13, is getting a nice update with the release of its spring training edition. An initial set of features is live in the app, but it will be updated with even more on the start of the regular season. Last year there was a split because Android phones couldn’t handle some of the video and subscription features of the app. Now, they’ll be everywhere. MLB Advanced Media announced in January that it would also be on BlackBerry 10 on opening day. The Google Play store now supports annual subscriptions, so you can buy that right in the Android app. Here’s the way that the new, simpler, system works: If you’re an MLB.TV subscriber, you get all features bundled with your subscription, period. If you pay the $19.99 you now get live audio across all platforms including desktop, as well as live video look-ins and the free game of the day.
MLB At Bat 13 App Updated to Feature Cross-Platform Subscriptions
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