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Best way to keep up with All-Star coverage? NBC SportsTalk app.

Feb 16, 2013, 1:00 PM EDT


You’re busy. While sometimes we like to pretend you are sitting at home hitting refresh and breathlessly waiting for PBT’s latest news and insights from All-Star weekend in Houston, we know you are not. You have errands to run, jobs to get to, kittens to rescue from trees, friends to eat and drink with. You have a life.

But there is an easy way to keep PBT with you all the time.

Honestly, I use the NBC SportsTalk app a lot keep up with sports news, and you should at least consider it, too. It’s a great way to follow all the content we’re doing on the All-Star weekend, but also the latest in sports news in general. The app has ProFootballTalk, HardballTalk, CollegeFootballTalk, ProHockeyTalk and more (golf, soccer, Olympics, college basketball, you name it).

It’s the best and easiest way to keep up with the fast-moving sports world.

You can get the app for free for your iPhone or iPad, or if you have an android phone or tablet we’ve got you covered there, too. Download the app and you can keep up with both your life and the world of sports.

Now get back to saving that kitten.

  1. 1972wasalongtimeago - Feb 16, 2013 at 1:54 PM

    Don’t over-estimate us

  2. eoneil32 - Feb 16, 2013 at 2:25 PM

    My most used app by far! The best sports app on the market. So much better then ESPN

  3. cosanostra71 - Feb 16, 2013 at 3:03 PM

    The NBC Sports Talk app is great! It is good for keeping up on scores in games too! You guys just need to make two upgrades to make it hands down the best app in the store (although it might already be that): embedded videos and better comment functionality.

  4. minnesotablizzard - Feb 16, 2013 at 4:41 PM

    Someone should actually be fired over that app. It’s pretty great until you realize you can’t even interact with the commenting voting thumbs up and thumbs down system. You can’t even see the amount of thumbs up vs thumbs down a comment gets. You’re trying to build an interactive app that keeps people coming back to it, yet the main function of the comment section that would accomplish this doesn’t even exist on the app…

  5. eoneil32 - Feb 18, 2013 at 9:28 AM

    Thumbs up and thumbs down? Who cares about people’s comments? These are the best sports writers in the country

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