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NBC Sports Live Extra App Coming to Windows Phone

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The NBC Sports Live Extra app is coming to Windows Phone.

Whether you’re a fan of the Winter Olympic Games or not, one benefit of the mammoth sports competition is that NBC Sports is pushing forward to have the Windows Phone version of the NBC Sports Live Extra app ready in time for the Olympics, which begin on February 7.

For soccer fans in the United States, the NBC Sports Live Extra app is a integral part of the Premier League viewing experience, allowing fans to watch matches live via tablets, computers and mobile phones. The app is available on iOS and Android phones, but has not yet been made available for Windows Phone.

The NBC Sports Live Extra for will support Windows 8 Phone and tablet devices running Windows 8.1.

Keep an eye out for the upcoming release.

In the meantime, soccer fans should note that the NBC Sports Live Extra app for all devices has updated as of today, so you’ll to update your app before using it again. See the following tweet:

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4 Responses to NBC Sports Live Extra App Coming to Windows Phone

  1. Aman says:

    When will they improve the web version of Live extra. It does not do full screen properly at all. Its full screen is like 70% only not entire screen.

  2. @Sideways_Steve says:

    Glad for this, but will EVIL Time Warner Cable continue to hold their subscribers hostage and not allow access to NBC Sports Live Extra???

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