FOX Sports is adding live streaming to the Apple TV app in an effort to help stream games more cheaply.
The new app will be available for download on Apple TV in a few weeks.
It will also be available on the Apple App Store for $7.99 in the coming weeks.
In the past, Fox Sports has been a one-stop shop for all of the NFL, NBA, MLB, and NFLPA news, analysis, and stats for fans.
That’s all changing as the network also adds an exclusive app to its Sportscenter and Fox Sports Go sports shows.
That means fans will have access to a full slate of exclusive content on the app, including live broadcasts from Fox Sports, Fox News, Fox Business, Fox College Sports, and more.
For the first time ever, FoxSports.com will have a comprehensive coverage of the 2016 NFL season and will also feature an interactive interactive story from ESPN’s senior writer, Rich Cimini.
The app will also have the NFL’s full slate on its app, so fans will be able to search for specific games, analyze each game’s storylines and take advantage of the league’s latest information.
In addition to live streaming games, the app will include an in-depth coverage of upcoming events, including the annual All-Star Game, the 2016 Pro Bowl, and the 2018 NFL Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony.
Fans can also check out more than 20 different sports scores, including a comprehensive NFL player database and ratings from the NFLPA.
For fans that already have an Apple TV, the new app is available on AppleTV in a limited number of markets, but users that don’t currently have an iOS device will be prompted to do so.
The app will launch in the next few weeks, with full launch planned for the spring.