August 5th, 2016
This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
Updated: Aug 05, 2016
Size: 90.5 MB
Seller: NBCUniversal Media, LLC
Requirements: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
NBC Sports by NBCUniversal Media, LLC
DescriptionWatch all of the 2016 Rio Olympics and thousands of live sporting events airing on NBC, NBCSN and Golf Channel LIVE with the NBC Sports app. Download now on your iPad, iPhone, Apple TV or iPod touch.
STREAM LIVE EVENTS INCLUDING:
2016 Rio Olympics
NFL Sunday Night Football and Thursday Night Football
NHL Regular Season and Stanley Cup Playoff games
Premier League (soccer)
NASCAR Sprint Cup Xfinity races
Formula 1 (F1)
French Open (tennis)
Triple Crown (Kentucky Derby, Belmont Stakes, Preakness)
Plus regional NBC streaming for Comcast Sportsnet that includes Golden State Warriors, Chicago Bulls, Boston Celtics, Washington Wizards, Sacramento Kings, and Philadelphia 76ers
Sign in with your TV provider username and password to watch your favorite sports anytime, anywhere, on any screen with the NBC Sports app.
Live Events: watch marquee NBC Sports events LIVE!
Video on Demand: access video clips, preview upcoming events, and check out highlights from past events
Online coverage schedule: browse the online schedule and set event reminders
Full Event Replays: relive all the great moments with full event replays
Push Notifications: receive reminder alerts for upcoming events
Alternate camera angles, synchronized statistics, and extra content available for some events
FULL AIRPLAY SUPPORT:
Stream your favorite shows to your TV or monitor using Apple AirPlay.
NBC Sports is proud to offer closed captioning support on shows with a CC icon in the player controls. Just touch to enable.
The vast majority of live streaming content on the NBC Sports app will only be available to authenticated cable, satellite and telco customers via TV Everywhere. Further instructions are provided in the app settings section.
NBC Sports video is only accessible in the USA and certain U.S. territories. The application requires a 3G, 4G, LTE or WiFi network data connection. Watching video over a 3G or 4G connection may affect your wireless data plan. Data charges may apply. IPads that support Retina display can experience HD quality video at up to 1080p. The video quality will adapt based on your data connection.
Access to the NBC Sports apps live video is determined by your TV provider and package and, in some instances, your Internet service provider. The providers below currently offer access to NBC Sports live video:
*Time Warner Cable
*Verizon FiOS TV
*Plus many more providers
What's New in Version 4.6.8Rotate your device for synchronized Olympic event statistics, viewable in portrait mode.
Temporary pass to access Olympics content.
Customer ReviewsDigital Age? (1 star)
When ESPN showed the World Cup over the Internet, I believed this was a step forward in providing relevant content to a diverse digital driven world. You didn't need a TV set, you could stream content to your phone, tablet, computer, etc. I applauded the progressive move to use technology in such a way that united the world. Now, all I see with media streaming apps is that you have to verify your TV subscription to stream media? This doe
Long and too frequent commercial breaks (1 star)
I understand that commercials are necessary to make an app like this possible; however, the frequency and length of the commercial breaks are highly disruptive to viewing enjoyment. You also cannot scrub through replays to find the content you wish to view because each time you move along the timeline you are forced to endure another lengthy commercial break. It is quite unfortunate as this could have been an amazing app if it were not for t
NO STARS! (1 star)
I downloaded all the apps to my phone and onto my Roku and watched some of the videos and waited eagerly for the opening ceremonies of the Olympics. It's only when it's time for them to be on that I find out no I need a cable connection...now...NOW YOU LET ME KNOW, WHEN IT'S STARTING?!?! Shame on you NBC for making the nation wait and west coast wait the most. Shame on you for making yourselves not the national broadcasting company but the