ESPN college football app

Still no Nexus 7 support, but the HTC One and Galaxy S4 now work with this essential football fan app

ESPN has done a great job developing their college Football app for Android. The only problem was that it has not been compatible with the latest and greatest phones available, like the HTC One and the Samsung Galaxy S4. We featured it in our essential football apps post this year because it's a great app, but wondered why it was taking ESPN so long to add compatibility. It has now finally been updated to support the newest phones. 

We're not sure why it took so long, but we're glad they finally did before we got too far into the college football season. The photo above shows the app working on the HTC One and since they specifically mentioned "newer" devices, we're assuming the Galaxy S4 is also included. If you have a new device and it still does not work for you, please sing out in the comments. It still does not work on the Nexus 7, which is a bummer, but maybe they will add that soon too. 

So if you have been anxiously waiting for your new Android phones to support this app, hit up the link provided. 

 
There are 12 comments

Red Ed says:

Seems to be working on the Galaxy S4,no issues yet.

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Drew Brinson says:

Android is awesome

thaphoenix2 says:

Finally on my one. Been waiting since I got this phone.

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mberghorn says:

Up and running good on my G2.

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jlo8720 says:

CFB junkie here

I already updated on my phone and used this app (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.yschi.MyAppSharer) to send the apk from my phone to my N7 (2012) and my Moto Xoom.

it loads just fine on both unsupported tablets, just looks a tad bit (not much) stretched on some elements.

NoNexus says:

People care about AAA football?

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lbccpt says:

You have the note 2 or 3 and don't realize college football is a billion dollar business?

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Drew Brinson says:

You have to know that it takes money to air all the great football games or we wouldn't have it at all. Be thankful and move on.

itr themes says:

Check out the College Football 2 Go app... It's got an awesome live show on Saturdays. It's like the red zone channel, only it's radio guys. Definitely worth the download.

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K White1 says:

I installed the app, but it crashes immediately after opening. I would have likely found it useful since I can't stand watching ESPN anymore. And it all started with the countless Tebow coverage. Now, it's hard to even watch the actual games because many of the commentators are just downright bad.

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PPP mcleod2 says:

Running on my HTC One X

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RealPjotr says:

How is it even *possible* to make an Android app and not be compatible across multiple modern devices!? Amazing...