MLB.com At Bat iOS app refreshed ahead of All-Star Week

By , Jul 11, 2013

MLB.com At Bat 6.2 for iOS (iPhone screenshot 002)MLB.com At Bat 6.2 for iOS (iPhone screenshot 001)

As New York preps to take the center stage for the upcoming All-Star Week, the Major League Baseball has released a timely update to its official iPhone and iPad app, MLB.com at Bat, which streams free and paid-for games, highlights and backgrounders while providing rich and detailed statistics like standings, schedules and rosters.

The All-Star Week update allows fans to follow All-Star Week live from New York, including the Home Run Derby and All-Star Game, and watch in-progress video highlights within the Gameday Plays interface. The iPhone interface has been revamped and both smartphone and tablet editions have received other changes, listed right after the jump…

Your iTunes release notes:

• Follow All-Star Week live from New York, including the Home Run Derby and All-Star Game
• Added the MLB News channel for customized push notifications
• Watch in-progress video highlights within the Gameday Plays interface
• Updated user interfaces (iPhone only)
• Available Gameday data synched with live audio broadcasts (iPhone only)
• Highlights now include full description of each clip
• Overall maintenance improvements

You can download the universal MLB.com at Bat app free from the App Store.

MLB.TV Premium subscribers can access all At Bat 13 content for free.

Otherwise, you’ll need to opt for either a one-time annual fee of $9.99 for the entire 2013 season (Opening Day through the World Series) or choose a monthly recurring $2.99 subscription.

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