ESPN's Apple TV app streams four live feeds at once

Geronimo Vena
Agosto 16, 2017

A new version of the ESPN App for Apple TV is now available for USA customers which includes a feature called MultiCast that provides the ability to view up to four simultaneous live streams at once. The ESPN app for tvOS brings you the live sports and shows you care most about, as well as on demand news, highlights and analysis you can't miss. Press and hold on any live event tile to stream it along with what you're now watching. In fact, viewers can also see four different streams on one screen on Fox Sports Go. Viewing options, shown below, include picture-in-picture, split-screen and grid view as well as other layouts. And yes, you can re-order the feeds, select audio and change to fullscreen view when the action gets intense. The tvOS operating system is used on the fourth generation (the most recent version) of the Apple TV device.

Let's say there's a Big Ten game airing on ESPN2 opposite a SEC game on ESPN along with an ACC game on ESPNU as well as other games on ESPN3, you can access them and put them on all at once.

It certainly enhances the Apple TV app and no longer do users have switch between streams if they want to see two or three games. You would have to believe so, but first things first.

To enjoy the new feature, simply download the latest version of the ESPN app on your Apple TV.

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