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    Default ESPN Scorecenter?

    One of my favorite apps for my iPod Touch is ESPN's Scorecenter. Anyone know if this is going to come to Android? I haven't really found a suitable replacement app yet, though Sports Tap is cool in its own way.
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    There is also the NBA Gametime thing if you want basketball but I hope that comes to it.
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    Patience...as the user base expands, companies like Disney will see the market as an option to make money, and the apps will come.
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    So... I no longer even have Scorecenter for my iPod Touch (2nd gen) now since it was updated and now requires an OS upgrade that isn't free for iPod Touch owners. Stuff like this is why I am forced to both love Apple and hate Apple. I really wish this would come to Android.
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    try sportstap for now. i doubt it would be as fully featured as the espn app, but its the best on android right now IMHO
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    Quote Originally Posted by terpitude71 View Post
    try sportstap for now. i doubt it would be as fully featured as the espn app, but its the best on android right now IMHO
    I do. I like it, (although the widget is always quite behind on reporting a "live" score despite my having the app set to update at the quickest allowable frequency) but I also think it's a very different app than ScoreCenter. ScoreCenter lets me look at a lot of different scoreboards very quickly, whereas Sports Tap allows me to look through individual scores, and get updates on the scores of particular teams. If ScoreCenter comes out, I'll still use Sports Tap.
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    You want ScoreCenter? Let them know you do.

    Here's their twitter account: twitter.com/scorecenter
    And here's ESPN's contact site:
    And customer care email:

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