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If you are a college basketball fan,  March is probably one of your favorite months, but while unfortunately you are unable to take the whole month off to keep up with the games. This year, the tournament is being broadcasted all over the place, potentially making it rather difficult to ensure you are able to watch your game of preference. PlayOn, which just finally came to Android last month, has announced they are offering one simple way to keep up with all the NCAA action, in just one place.

"Last year we were thrilled to offer PlayOn subscribers access to every game in the NCAA Championship," comments David Karlton, MediaMall Technologies' CTO. “This year we wanted to let hoops fans take March Madness with them. PlayOn still works with your television, but it also works on the most popular devices, including Android Phones, iPads and iPhones.”

The application itself runs with a subscription fee of only $4.99 a month, and they are also offering a 14 day free trial of the services, so be sure to check this out if you don't want to miss out on any of your favorite college hoops action. More information and download links after the break. [Playon]

PlayOn Doesn’t Want You To Miss A Minute of March Madness – Stream All 32 First Round Games To Your TV, iPhone, iPad or Android Device

 

Seattle, WA - March 17, 2011 - PlayOnTM has you covered this year, whether you want to keep up with your bracket at home, or on the go. Streaming to your couch, to the office or to the classroom, the PlayOn software from MediaMall Technologies brings you every game in the NCAA® Division I Men’s Basketball Championship. PlayOn can beam the Big Dance to your Television via your gaming console, Roku, GoogleTV, and nearly every mobile device running iOS and Android 2.2+.

 

"Last year we were thrilled to offer PlayOn subscribers access to every game in the NCAA Championship," comments David Karlton, MediaMall Technologies' CTO.  “This year we wanted to let hoops fans take March Madness with them. PlayOn still works with your television, but it also works on the most popular devices, including Android Phones, iPads and iPhones.”

 

For just $4.99 per month, PlayOn subscribers have access to sports content from ESPN, NHL.com, MLB.tv, ESPN3.com and NFL Rewind along with their March Madness fix. Other streaming content providers include Hulu, Netflix, Spike TV, MTV and Comedy Central. A 14-day free trial is available at playon.tv.

 

"This year a lot of the early round games are on cable channels at odd times,'" remarks CEO Jeff Lawrence. "Many of our customers don’t have cable, so this is an easy way for them to see college sports on their TV or mobile device. PlayOn delivers every play of every game – live as it happens.”

 

*Some channels require additional subscriptions

 

About MediaMall Technologies

MediaMall Technologies was founded in 2003 to make it simple, affordable and fun to enjoy your favorite movies, TV shows and videos from the Internet on your TV and mobile devices.  Its PlayOn software runs on Windows PCs and wirelessly streams Internet content to networked Wii, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 gaming consoles as well as iPhones, iPads and Android devices. MediaMall operates with offices in New York, Seattle and Copenhagen.

 

Useful Links

PlayOn Website: www.playon.tv

PlayOn Twitter: www.twitter.com/playontv

PlayOn Support: www.playon.tv/support

 
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So you always have to have this program running on your home PC to stream over any device, right?

Edit: ^^What part of that sentence triggered the spam filter?^^

Best to run it on a server, like Windows Home Server, since they are always on. It's great software. Monthly $4.99, Annual $39.99, or one time $79.99 for a license.

yes it runs in the background. I have no issues on my DroidX I get hulu and netflix and yes spam filter is crazy

Is this the system that also plays a lot of movies that netflix doesn't stem online.... if so..its a keeper.....

Love the app, got it working on the Droid X and Incredible a few days ago and there are so many channels...Amazon VOD, Netflix (not just the Q :-P), Hulu, ESPN, TBS, CBS, CNN, to name just a few. Should work fine with the imminent release of Flash on the Xoom.

"This CAPTCHA spam filtering is getting to be very annoying..."

Another app to check out - *Spark. You get live sports scores + news on your Home screen. Easy way to stay up on all the action, and it's free.

why not just go to cbssports.com and watch it using flash?

I am currently watching on google tv using chrome and can also watch on my phone or tablet.

This is the best way to go.