ESPN+ will be available starting April 12. The service will cost $ 4.99 per month or $ 49.99 per year and will be integrated into the main ESPN app.
Baseball fans will also be able to purchase the MLB.TV out of market package for an additional $ 24.99 per month and watch those games in the ESPN app. NHL fans will be able to purchase the entire NHL.TV out of market package during the 2018-2019 season.
ESPN+ will offer a multitude of sports streaming options. More than 180 MLB and more than 180 NHL games will be shown, with a game from each sport being shown every day. Also included is a year-round boxing schedule; more than 250 MLS games; college sports including baseball, softball, football, volleyball, basketball, and wrestling; PGA golf; Grand Slam tennis; rugby; and cricket.
While ESPN+ may not be interesting for more casual sports fans, the streaming service could be a good option for hardcore sports fans that always have Sportscenter and other ESPN shows on their TV. This will give them even more sports streaming options, including sports that don’t often get a lot of mainstream attention.
Nintendo’s first big mobile game had a fantastic reveal when it was shown off at an Apple event and Tim Cook said Mario would be coming to the App Store. Since launch, Super Mario Run [Free] has seen a few discounts for the IAP and it has also seen quite a bit of post launch support with content. Super Mario Run wasn’t a mindblowing runner but it was quite a bit of fun initially. It also featured a single IAP to unlock the full game and anyone can try out a few levels for free. The content updates so far have included new buildings, new characters, levels, an in game music player and more.
March 10th is Mario Day and Nintendo intends to celebrate this in Super Mario Run by offering a 50% discount on the in app purchase. Unlike Nintendo’s mobile games based on the Fire Emblem or Animal Crossing brands, Super Mario Run has a single IAP that unlocks the full game. It sadly still uses a persistent internet connection if that is something you care about. Beginning March 10th, Super Mario Run will have its IAP at 50% off. If you’ve recently gotten it and have wanted to pay less than the asking price of $ 9.99, you should wait until March 10th. The discount will run until March 25th so that’s two weeks. The official website also lists the prices in various currencies if you’d rather check the whole list out there instead of your local App Store.
I wonder if they will do anything else in game around Mario Day or whether the rumoured Super Mario Odyssey DLC will have anything happening inside Super Mario Run at the same time as a cross promotion event. If you do plan on taking advantage of the Mario Day sale or just feel like talking about Super Mario Run in 2018 use our forum thread and Discord server.
Disney CEO Bob Iger has spilled some details on ESPN Plus, the first dedicated streaming service from ESPN. ESPN Plus will cost $ 4.99 per month, Iger has revealed, and it’ll be part of a redesigned ESPN app.
ESPN Plus will offer live programming that’s not normally available on any of its channels. It’s expected that the service will show around 10,000 events every year and will include content from the MLB, NHL, MLS, college sports, and tennis’ Grand Slam events.
Unfortunately for big fans of live sports, ESPN Plus won’t include traditional ESPN channels, so you’ll need to be a traditional ESPN subscriber if you want to get all of the sporting events that it shows on channels like ESPN and ESPN2. If you’re a huge sports addict and want even more events than what you can find on traditional ESPN channels, though, ESPN Plus may be worth checking out this spring.
In conjunction with the company’s earnings release today, Disney chairman and CEO Bob Iger announced that ESPN’s upcoming streaming service will cost $ 4.99 per month. The service is the first direct-to-consumer offering from ESPN and was originally teased last year…
As Disney announced its quarterly earnings results today, CEO Bob Iger told CNBC that the company plans to price its standalone streaming version of ESPN at $ 4.99 per month. We've already heard that ESPN Plus will include "10,000 live regional, natio… Engadget RSS Feed
I’ve sung the praises of my password manager of choice, Enpass, many times before on Android Police. But today I get to tell you all a better piece of news: the Pro lifetime subscription is half off until January 1, 2018, making it only $ 4.99 instead of $ 9.99.
If you’re wondering what sets Enpass apart for me, which is the most frequent question I get each time I post about it, here’s the answer.
Imagine a world where Bridge Constructor combines its bridge-building gameplay with Valve’s puzzle-platformer Portal. Well, imagine no longer as apparently Headup Games have been secretly working on just that very thing. That’s right, Bridge Constructor Portal is a thing and it’s coming to Android really soon. There is even a trailer available for your viewing pleasure, so hit that “Read More” button and check it out!
We’ve been teased with FEZ for iOS beginning in 2012 when it was announced that 2013 would see Polytron’s FEZ hit more platforms. After that things were mostly silent until mid 2013 when ports were reconfirmed. The situation after that became dire and we didn’t hear anything about a mobile version of FEZ until earlier this year thanks to another teaser. Fast forward to today and FEZ Pocket Edition [$ 4.99] just hit the App Store as a universal game. FEZ is all about switching perspectives to solve puzzles while listening to Disasterpeace’s amazing soundtrack. Watch the trailer below:
FEZ Pocket Edition brings Polytron’s fantastic puzzle experience to iOS. I actually borrowed a friend’s Xbox 360 when this was launching just to play it and having played it on literally every platform it released on since then, I’m more than excited to replay FEZ on iPad. The iOS port will support iOS 8.0 and later which implies it was in development for a while. On the hardware side of things you can play it on iPhone 5s and later along with iPad Air and later. This version will cost $ 4.99 and have no in app purchases.
Ever since iOS 11 served as the first major shake-up to the App Store – and subsequently the mobile gaming ecosystem – since its inception in 2008, it seems some powerful force at Apple has been trying to capitalise on the latent potential of the platform by pushing through some ambitious acclaimed classics from consoles and PC. We first had The Witness [$ 9.99] – a true technical showcase for the power of the latest iPhones and iPads, let alone a brilliantly innovative experience – and it looks like The Talos Principle [$ 4.99] is the next App Store release set to push not only the boundaries of the hardware, but also the boundaries of what people expect of mobile gaming. From Croatian developer Croteam, and published by the prolific Devolver Digital, The Talos Principle is a stunning puzzle game set in a crossover of ancient and futuristic architecture, and is now available on the App Store for the phenomenal price of only $ 4.99.
The iOS release of The Talos Principle marks the latest iteration of the title – the game has already launched on PC, PS4 and even as a limited Nvidia Android edition on the Google Play store – but this version is certainly the most technically impressive. In a similar fashion to The Witness, The Talos Principle lets you explore an incredibly detailed world with over 120 puzzles to solve. While the similarities are clear, The Talos Principle features a more narrative-driven story similar to the Portal games, and in my humble opinion is far more satisfying as a result. While the iOS version of The Talos Principle does lack the Road to Gehenna DLC, it does feature MFi controller support, which is a huge plus for a game of this nature. The Talos Principle is another game that I would have never believed could ever be a possibility on iOS back when I first picked up my iPod Touch, and hopefully will not be the last such ambitious mobile release. Download The Talos Principle on the App Store for $ 4.99 today, and let us know your thoughts on our forum thread.