Tag: iPhone app


Hey fellow Android phone users, NBC SportsTalk app upgraded


I’m just talking to my fellow Android phone users here (G2, to answer your question). The rest of you, just move along.

I use the NBC SportsTalk app all the time. The one that lets you follow ProFootballTalk, HardballTalk, CollegeFootballTalk, ProHockeyTalk,and the rest (including this humble blog) from your phone or tablet. Best way to keep up with sports news out there — even my mom knows how to work this one. But let’s be honest, there were a couple small glitches (the force close issue).

Fixed and upgraded, so go download the upgrade (version 1.1) now. We’ll wait. You’ll notice that GolfTalkCentral is in there now and a few other tweaks. This isn’t a Microsoft upgrade, this is real and worthwhile.

By the way, the iPhone and the iPad app is still there.

App puts ProBasketballTalk — and other NBC blogs — on iPad


PBT and the iPad now go together like chicken and waffles. Hmmm, chicken and waffles… drool…..

There’s a new ProBasketballTalk app for your iPad. Well, we think of it that way but it is really the new NBC Sports Talk app where you can get not only PBT but also ProFootballTalk, CollegeFootballTalk, HardballTalk, ProHockeyTalk and all the other great NBC blogs all in one app on your iPad.

The best part is it’s free. Well within your budget.

There is an iPhone app coming soon as well.

Ron Artest? There’s an app for that.

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Your iPhone has everything… but does it have Ron Artest?

It can now — he has his own app. Seriously. There is now a Ron Artest iPhone app that you can download, so Ron Ron is with you wherever you go, whenever you need him (via the LA Times and my man Mark Medina).

You can send messages to Artest, chat with other Artest fans who are at the game, and check out such sections as “Ron Artest’s Sports Psychology” and “Pop Topics with Ron.” All that for just .99¢.

We’re a little disappointed that there is no dodgeball section, but maybe in version 2.0.

There is no Android version yet. We checked.

And if you didn’t stay up late last night, check out the video of Ron Artest, in a fake beard, on the Jimmy Kimmel show last night. Why a fake beard? Download the app and send him the question, it’s not like we know.