Description of App
NHL GameCenter™ is the official app from the National Hockey League. It is the only hockey app that lets you watch out-of-market games live, see in-game highlights and stream live game audio. NHL GameCenter™ Features include: - Live Scores and Stats for Every Team and Player - Live Game Simulation with Near Real-Time Shift Changes, Boxscore, and Play-by-Play - Post-Game Video Highlights - Video on Demand Content Including Videos from your Favorite Teams and the Best Selections from NHL Editors - Full Season Schedule and Standings - Customized Game Alerts - Player Profiles with Headshots, Bios and Stats for all Active NHL Players - Customize up to 5 Favorite Teams Upgrade to NHL GameCenter™ Premium** for: - Live Radio Broadcasts (home and away) - In-Game Video Highlights - Condensed Game Replays One-time fee of $4.99 for access to the entire 2012-13 season Upgrade to NHL GameCenter LIVE™ for: - Live Out-of-Market Game Video (home and away) - Access on Multiple Devices* - All NHL GameCenter™ Premium Content *Access for current NHL GameCenter LIVE™ subscribers is available for no additional charge, simply log in with an existing username and password. ** Verizon iPad customers will get access to NHL GameCenter™ Premium and other exclusive content for FREE! Exclusive Verizon iPad content includes: - Live NBC National Games - NBC’s Inside the Glass - Live Streaming of NHL On The FLY™ - Other Exclusive Video On Demand
NHL GameCenter 2012-2013
NHL GameCenter 2012-2013 with Audio Revisited
Major update to the NHL app
Today the NHL app was updated to version 7.0. I have been looking forward to this update ever since the NHL teamed up with MLB Advanced Media for their online services. Given how accessible the MLB app is with VoiceOver, I was optimistic that, when they released the all-new NHL app, it would have the same VoiceOver experience.
This initial release of the new NHL app isn't perfect, but it's way better than the previous versions. I am happy to say that MLB AM has not disappointed me here. Those who used the MLB app might notice some similarities in the design, such as with the notification settings screen, but the app overall is still quite different from the MLB layout. Nevertheless, everything I looked at so far is quite accessible, although I think the scores tab could still use some work.
This release should be treated as if it was a version 1.0, because it really is. It has its share of bugs, such as crashing on my iPad when I switch between landscape and portrait modes, and the TV information for upcoming games seems to be missing some channels like NBCSN and NHL Network. Overall, I really like where the app appears to be headed, and as a big hockey fan I can't wait to see what else is in store.