1. mikevillain's Avatar
    I'm thinking about buying the MLB At Bat app, but I need to know something first. My dad subscribes to MLB TV, so that's what I use to watch games on the computer. If I buy At Bat, will I be able to log on and use his MLB TV account to watch games through the app, or do both app and MLB TV need to be the same account?
    04-07-2011 09:56 AM
  2. spas2k's Avatar
    if you have an mlb.tv account you can watch it on anything, ipad, ipod, android, ps3, it doesn't matter, you just need to have the at bat app and sign in with the account and you are good to go. You can have it up on multiple devices at the same time as well.
    04-07-2011 12:48 PM
  3. mikevillain's Avatar
    I guess I don't have to pay for the At Bat app, actually. I just went to mlb.com and clicked for the desktop version at the bottom of the screen and that gave me options to watch games. Streaming video is working smooth and perfect over 4g, and I don't have to go and spend 15 bucks on the app. Sweet! It's a little clunky getting the flash window sized up correctly and everything in the web browser, but once it's there, it's all good.
    04-07-2011 01:19 PM
  4. Jaysus's Avatar
    There is a free Lite version of the app that will give you score and news and a scoreboard widget if you are interested in that at all.
    04-08-2011 06:15 AM
  5. KCMike's Avatar
    Anyone know how the MLB.com At Bat 2011 app is on the data usage?
    04-10-2011 09:40 PM
  6. ernbrdn's Avatar
    If your not unlimited, and not on wifi, I would steer very clear of this app. It is a bandwidth hog.
    04-11-2011 04:40 AM
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