Sports fans that own a Amazon Kindle Fire, if you're suffering from a lack of sports apps available for your device you'll want to listen up. Score Mobile has finally been released for your device and is now available for download. Bringing the same experience felt across other Android devices, Score Mobile for the Kindle Fire will help keep you up-to-date with all the sporting news right from your device:
- Personalized navigation with "My Score"
- Game view offering scores, stats and Twitter streams
- Interactive live blogs during key games
- TV segments and video highlights for selected leagues
- Integrated social sharing tools
The app is available now in the Amazon App Store for free so if sports is your thing, it's something you'll certainly want to give a go. You can hit the Amazon App Store link below to grab the download or check out the source link for the full details.
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