The iPad was built for video. While I enjoy getting videos from iTunes, there are a many apps which will let you stream media from your computer to your iPad. In addition, there are plenty of ways to get the most out of your video subscription services. With the apps in this article, you’ll have all you need to be entertained the second you want to relax.
Want to Enjoy Live Sports Streaming on your iPad ? Read On
If you want the latest news or to keep up to date on sporting activity from the Tour de France, British Open and your favorite baseball team this weekend? If you’ve got an iPad or iPhone with you, the App Store has a lot of sport apps ready to suit your needs. Here are some of the top sporting apps for every lover of sports–whether you want to watch the Stanley Cup-winning Boston Bruins in the off-season, or you want to begin early on your set up strategy for fantasy football.
1. MLB at Bat
- Sport: Baseball
- Devices: iPad or iPhone
- Price: $2.99
- Details: MLB’s annual app is the premium standard for sports applications on iPad. MLB At Bat will give pitch-by-pitch games breakdowns, video highlights, news, rankings, access to match day audio, and next-day compacted games video clips. However if you subscribe to MLB TV you will get access to live streaming of all games right on your iPad or iPhone.
2. NCAA March Madness on Demand
- Sport: College Basketball
- Devices: iPad
- Cost: Free
- Details: There is a 100 % free app from the NCAA that will let you watch the entire men’s basketball national competition on your iPad. You can also follow all the action along on your iPad while you watch on TV with the app’s in-game statistics.
- Sport: General
- Devices: iPhone and iPad
- Cost: Free
- Details: Watch ESPN on the go on your iPad or iPhone including amazing live streaming access to ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, and ESPNU. The disadvantage is WatchESPN will only perform if you get your cable service from Verizon FIOS TV, Time Warner Cable or Bright House Networks. Verizon Premium Speed can get access to ESPN3. It’s a good app, if you can get it.
4. NBC’s Tour De France All Access
- Sport: Cycling
- Devices: iPad and iPhone
- Cost: Free with recommended $5 upgrade
- Details: NBC’s Tour de France app gives you all the information you need to stay on top of cycling’s prestigious annual event. You can watch video clips, check out the ranking, monitor and follow specific cyclist, view stage charts and maps, and get the newest information. For a $5 upgrade you can also get a live video feed and real-time even tracking on an entertaining map.
There are also many websites you can stream live sports on your iPad such as