ESPN is taking a new approach to recruiting this year, with the new ESPN Forecast app that allows fans to watch all of their favorite ESPN programs from any location, including the NFL and MLB.
The app will be available to all fans at 6:00pm AEST on Sunday, March 10.
The app allows fans with the ESPN Insider subscription to access a full streaming experience from any ESPN app, including WatchESPN, WatchESPN Now, ESPN3, Watch ESPN, Watch Now and Watch ESPN.
In a press release, ESPN explained the app’s function:The app lets fans easily access all of the latest recruiting news and analysis from ESPN, ESPN.com, ESPN2, ESPNU, ESPN Deportes, ESPN App, ESPN Mobile, ESPN Radio, ESPN Insider, ESPN Home, ESPN News and ESPN Mobile.
The feature is exclusive to subscribers, and there is a $9.99 per month subscription fee for subscribers.
The new ESPN app allows subscribers to access the live feed of ESPN’s flagship sports networks, including ESPN, as well as access the official ESPN app on iOS and Android, and the ESPN app for desktop and laptop computers.
It’s a bold move for ESPN, which had previously only provided access to the network’s streaming app through ESPN’s mobile apps.
ESPN is also looking to differentiate itself in the recruitment market by offering an official ESPN mobile app, which offers exclusive access to its recruiting programs.
The announcement comes at a time when the ESPN Forecasts app has seen a dramatic spike in usage, according to the company.
The new app will also be available in the United States for the first time in March.
The release also mentions that ESPN is adding new programs and programs to the app each week, with a new series in the works that will focus on the 2017 recruiting cycle.
The upcoming series will feature ESPN’s top prospects, and will focus mostly on players in the 2017 class, according the release.
While there is no official date yet for the new app, ESPN did reveal that the service will be rolled out across all platforms.
The launch of the app comes as ESPN is hoping to get more fans into the sport and help it reach new demographics.
ESPN said in a press conference last week that it is focusing on recruiting because it is “one of the fastest growing sports in the world,” adding that its digital platform can help “help us reach new audiences and reach new communities.”