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ESPN ScoreCenter - Review

Growing up, ABC's Wide World of Sports was the place to be for sports programming. How did the saying go? "The thrill of victory and the agony of defeat." Today, most will agree that ESPN is the leading name in sports programming, news and information.  Okay...so how does all this tie into Windows Phone 7? Easy.

ESPN recently released their first Windows Phone 7 application, ScoreCenter, that brings the resources of ESPN to your Windows Phone.  It's a clean, well presented application that will keep you up to date on the latest sports news and allow you to follow your favorite sports and teams. Move on past the break to see how well the ESPN ScoreCenter performed and how it measures up against another Windows Phone sports app, ScoreMobile.

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ESPN ScoreCenter - First Look

ESPN has released their official ScoreCenter application for Windows Phone 7. ScoreCenter is a free application and brings you scores, news, standings, videos for your favorite sports teams and leagues.  ScoreCenter makes a good first impression with a clean appearance and brings plenty of sports information to your Windows Phone.

Features include:

  • Personalized scoreboards and live look-ins into ESPN Gamecasts for play by play, in-game stats, box scores and game summaries.
  • The Lead Page that keeps you on top of the most important sports news, scores and videos of the day.
  • You can follow your favorite teams and sports leagues from the NFL, NBA, NCAA, NHL, MLB, NASCAR, Golf, MMA and more.
  • Sports Ticker runs across the bottom of the screen with your latest sports stories.
  • Integration with your myESPN account to view your favorite teams and sports.

You can download your free copy of ScoreCenter here (opens Zune) at the Marketplace.

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