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'NFL Now' Launches on Apple TV With Breaking Football News and Highlights

Aug 21 2014, 1:42pm CDT | by , in News | Apple

'NFL Now' Launches on Apple TV With Breaking Football News and Highlights
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The video content can be viewed on the iPhone, iPad, Mac (via a web browser) and other connected devices such as Roku, Amazon Fire TV, and as of today, the Apple TV channel that was leaked earlier in the month.

The National Football League has launched its very own NFL Now service which is the next-generation video streaming service. The service is going to provide access to the largest digital library of NFL videos available online and this video content can then be viewed on iPhone, iPad, Mac (via a web browser) and other connected devices such as Roku, Amazon Fire TV and now it is even possible to view it on your Apple TV channel which was leaked only a month back.

With the NFL Now service you will be able to get historic videos, breaking news, game highlights and original programming straight from the NFL Now studios. One of the most important elements here is the level of personalization which you can get with this service as it allows users to follow their favorite players and teams, with up to 4,800 minutes of team coverage being pushed across their screens each week. You will also get live video coverage with the service and you will no longer miss out on important press important of the NFL. However, the NFL games which would currently be in progress would not be live streamed. For this purpose, users would have to download the NFL Mobile app in order to watch games live.

The service consists of two tiers providing access to the core news and video content. Fans can have an even more advanced level of customization by subscribing to the $1.99 monthly NFL Now Plus service which provides instant in-game highlights, access to NFL Films videos and the ability to create custom video streams featuring their favorite teams or players.

source: macrumors

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