MLS Releases Official MLS MatchDay App for Windows 8.1/Windows 10
And now something for all MLS fans in the US and all over the world. Major League Soccer presented it’s official Windows 8.1/10 app, MLS MatchDay. With MLS MatchDay, you’ll always know what’s going on in the MLS.
MLS MatchDay will give you detailed look at the 2015 season of Major League Soccer, so you can look at the statistics, read interesting stories, and more from any device powered by Windows 8.1 operating system. The app will also provide you with the stats of every single game played during the season, as well as the latest news and highlights. So if you’re a MLS fan, and you weren’t able to find everything you want about your favorite MLS team on other sports apps, MLS MatchDay will definitely give you the desired information.
With MLS MatchDay, you’ll be able to sign up for MLS Live, a MLS’ official subscription service which allows you to watch MLS games live or recorded from your device right in the MLS MatchDay app. But MLS Live is only available to users in the USA, Canada and Mexico, so basically, if you’re the North American continet, you’ll have to satisfy with highlights and other features.
MLS MatchDay also offers you some kind of a little social network, because you can chat with fellow MLS fans using this app, participate in forums, create and vote in polls, or read the analysis of each game, player or team written by MLS experts. This app offers you a complete MLS experience, so if you’re a fan of some team from the league, or the league itself, you’re definitely going to love this app.
You can download MLS MatchDay app from the Windows Store, or directly from your Windows 8.1/10 Store app.
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