I was playing around with the MLB.com At Bat 2010 iPhone app last night. It’s kind of pricey for an app at $14.99 but after using it for the last week I think it’s a steal. Not only can you listen to any game you want, you also have up to date, real time information on scores from every single game around the majors. You also have access to the standings which is something no other baseball related app I have reviewed can do.
MLB allows you to watch 1 free game per day from a selection of games the app chooses. Of course the free games are usually of teams I don’t follow and I find most of the free games are on the west coast. I figured I’d make a quick video so you could see the live video feed for yourself.
I will end up using this app so I can listen to Mets games when I’m not near a radio. There is also a section of video highlights from games that have already finished. A great way for people to stay on top of what is going on in baseball quickly and easily. I like to catch up on the train myself and find that the person next to you will also appreciate the app. Especially if your fans of the same team. You might even make a new friend.
Baseball fans. I approve. :)
- It’s opening day for MLB.com At Bat 2010 (macworld.com)
- 5 Brilliant iPhone Apps for Baseball Fans (mashable.com)
- Even the Mets Might Get One: (brothersjuddblog.com)