Purdue Launches Upgraded Mobile Applications

Aug 28, 2013

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - For the 2013-14 school year, Purdue has released an updated mobile application for all Boilermakers fans, with compatible iOS and Android devices.

The updated official mobile application for Purdue now offers access to live content and full GameTracker sport coverage, as well as upgraded in-app notifications. The new sport-specific twitter feeds and a redesigned game center will allow users faster access to updated news and information throughout the school year. The mobile app is available free for download in the App Store and Google Play Market. Once again, those users looking to enhance their experience with live audio can purchase access from within the app.

No longer will fans have to reach for the keyboard or grab the remote to keep tabs on their favorite Boilermakers sports. The application grants instant access to those smartphone and tablet users seeking all essential content from purduesports.com.

The update to the free application includes the following enhancements and features:

  • Live audio broadcasts*
  • Full GameTracker sport coverage
  • An optimized in-app notifications system
  • Game Center redesign
  • Sport-specific Twitter feeds
  • Android audio fixes
  • Bug fixes

*subject to broadcast availability and upgrade purchase within app

Once downloaded, fans can purchase the live audio upgrade within the application via subscription settings and by following the purchase process. Once the upgrade is purchased, fans can immediately access audio broadcasts through the "Schedule" portion of the app. Audio broadcasts are subject to availability of online and mobile broadcast rights.

The official mobile application of Purdue athletics is compatible with iOS devices and requires iOS 4.2 or above. The Android version is compatible with any Droid device running Android 2.2 and up. The application can be downloaded on your phone via the App Store or Google Play Store by searching for "Purdue Boilermakers."


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