BT Sport apps have arrived in iTunes and Google Play, bringing action from BT Sport 1, BT Sport 2 and EPSN to iOS and Android phones and tablets.
The mobile apps are free to download but require you to have signed up for BT Sport and have a BT ID ready to hand.
As well as letting customers stream live matches and events the apps will come loaded with exclusive streaming content not available anywhere else alongside interviews, clips and video diaries.
Read Recombu Digital’s guide to BT SportThere’s also news stories, fixtures and results and a seven-day programme guide, though no option to set remote recordings. To do that, you’ll need either the Sky+ app or the YouView app, depending on how you’re planning on watching BT Sport in the living room.
While you can install the BT Sport apps on as many devices as you like, you’re limited to only having two live streams running simultaneously. Note that not all programmes will be streamable on the BT Sport apps but you wil be able to watch Premier League football games, Aviva Premiership rugby, SPL football, Bundesliga, Serie A, WTA tennis, Moto GP racing and UFC.
The iOS BT Sport app requires iOS 5.0 or later and works on the iPhone 3GS-iPhone 5, iPod Touches (3rd generation to 5th) and iPad. Android devices need to be running 4.0.3 or higher to use BT Sport.