NBC Olympics Windows 8 App Streams the 2014 Winter Games
The Sochi Olympic 2014 Winter games are in full swing but if you own a Windows tablet, you should know that NBC has recently launched the NBC Sports Live Extra app in the Windows Store to bring the 2014 Winter games and much more.
NBC has recently released the NBC Olympics app in the Windows Store for Windows 8 users who want to follow the 2014 Winter Games from Sochi. There are many Windows 8 Olympics apps, but this is the best out there, as it’s really well designed and comes with the most important events. The single downside of the app is the fact that it is available for residents of the United States, only.
Follow the 2014 Olympics on your Windows 8 tablet
NBC Olympics: Watch more than 1,000 hours LIVE for FREE with the NBC Sports Live Extra app. Coming in February, watch live coverage of the 2014 Winter Games: All 15 sports. All 98 medal events. All streamed LIVE! Download now on your Windows 8 device. The vast majority of live streaming content on NBC Sports Live Extra will only be available to authenticated cable, satellite and telco customers via TV Everywhere.
To be able to enjoy the entire streaming of the 2014 Winter Olympics on your Windows 8 tablet with this app, you will need to be a subscriber with the NBC Universal Media. However, there is also a free way to watch the Olympics, but the offer is limited, meaning there are only some hours that you can enjoy for free.
Besides live events and video on Demand features, the app also comes with full event replays and online coverage schedule. It has all the options that you need to make sure you don’t miss an important moment from the event. Follow the link from below and get it on your Windows 8 devices.
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