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NBA fans are in for a treat as a new app, NBA Live Mobile, is launching today with an impressive $10M Series B round of funding.
The company is a new venture by NBA commissioner Adam Silver and NBA owner Charles and David Koch, who own the NBA, and it is expected to become the only mobile app to compete with the likes of Facebook, Twitter, and Snapchat.
The new app will be free to download, but NBA fans will have to pay $9.99 for a year of premium membership.
NBA Mobile is available for Android, iPhone, iPad, and Windows 10.
The app has been in beta testing for a month now and the first app to hit the App Store, NBA Mobile will be the newest addition to the NBA’s ever growing roster of mobile apps.
NBA Live Mobile will be a standalone app, but it will work with any NBA game on any device.
This is a huge step up from the current NBA Mobile apps.
You can play on the big screen with your phone or tablet, but that’s it.
The real fun comes in the background.
There’s a video feed in the app, which will allow you to see live game replays and replay clips from the NBA and the players, including on-the-fly adjustments.
It also lets you watch game highlights via the app’s “video chat” feature.
You also have access to a full NBA team calendar with team events, game highlights, and more.
NBA Live also has a subscription option for a $3.99 a month package, which gives you access to NBA games and highlights.
NBA fans can also subscribe to the app for free, but if they are a basketball fan, that’s a $9 a month subscription to the apps most important feature, replays.
That’s right, replics.
There are some other big things to take away from this new app: it will be available for all NBA players, so fans can watch on any TV with a single device, as well as the players’ social media profiles.
The NBA’s mobile app has had the same subscription option since 2011, but now it’s getting a paid subscription.
There will also be a mobile app for all sports, which has the NBA on it, and NBA Live will also have a new NBA game streamer that can be used to watch games on multiple devices.
The main selling point of NBA Live is the replay system.
It’s one of the coolest features in the game, but one of its most glaring weaknesses is that you can only watch replays on the NBA app.
There are also no real social media tools, like Snapchat and Twitter.
It was rumored for years that the NBA was planning to add Twitter integration into the NBA mobile app, though that never came to fruition.
NBA Replay will be a major addition to NBA Live, as it allows you to replay games, including games against other NBA teams, against your friends and even other NBA players.
NBALive will also work with other social media apps like Facebook and Twitter, but only for the app itself, which can only be accessed through the NBA App.
If you’re a basketball fanatic, you will want to check out NBALive.com, which features a full team calendar, player highlights, game replics, and all the other features you love from the app.
The NBA has long been a big supporter of digital video and live streaming.
In 2011, the league partnered with ESPN to make NBA Live the first-ever NBA app, allowing fans to watch their favorite games with the NBA Mobile app.
In 2016, the NBA added NBA Live Extra, which allowed fans to view games on the same app as they would with any other game.
In 2017, the new app was officially announced, which launched with the first NBA game this year, a loss to the Brooklyn Nets.
With this new round of financing, the basketball world is seeing the best of both worlds.
It offers an entirely new way for fans to get behind the scenes of the game.
It has an on-demand replay option, and that means fans will be able to watch the game at any time, anytime.
This makes it easier to follow a game and get all the relevant information in one place.
There is no subscription, and the apps prices will be affordable, but the real value comes from the ability to watch replics on any screen, anytime, anywhere.
As a result, the app is more than just a great basketball app, it’s an amazing social media experience.
It will be great to see how the NBA uses its massive roster of NBA players to engage with fans, and to see the game live on the web.