Starsports.com is an online destination that brings live sports action on Web and mobile for Indian viewers. After being available for iOS and Android since the launch almost a year ago, the app has finally landed on the Windows Phone Store.
The starsports.com app allows you to enjoy all the action from your favorite sports on your Windows Phone device. The app allows you to follow the match the way you want – you can get instant score updates, watch the important match moments though short video clips, or watch the entire match for free with a five minute delay.
The app offers world's most advanced data integrated player, live scores, commentary, highlights, and perspectives of the leading analysts from around the world. While the app is developed natively, a lot of sections cleverly embed the mobile website. It's done in a neat manner, and most users won't notice, and the user experience is intuitive and works well.
To watch the match live with no ads, you need to subscribe one or more packages available as an in-app purchase. Interestingly, the videos only work on 3G and Wi-Fi. Users on 2G network may only hear audio when they try to access video content. While it looks like a limitation, it makes sense since a user on slow connection can hear the audio clearly, rather than struggling with choppy video.
If you are a sports fan and follow cricket, football, tennis, formula one, kabaddi, badminton, or hockey, the starsports.com app is a must have on your phone. Give it a whirl, and let us know how you like it. Keep in mind the free starsports.com app is only available for Windows Phone 8.1 devices.
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