The Associated Press
An Apple customer displays the iPad, left, next to his iPhone on April 7 in Palo Alto, Calif. In time for the widely expected launch of a new iPhone model, carrier AT&T Inc. is pulling in the reins on data usage by its customers with smart phones and iPads.
University of Kentucky Athletics and XOS Digital, Incorporated jointly announced Wednesday the launch of the official iPhone and Android smart phone mobile application of the Kentucky Wildcats for the 2010-11 athletics season.
“By developing this mobile application, we hope to provide our dedicated fans with a way to stay continuously connected to Kentucky athletics,” said Kentucky Athletic Director Mitch Barnhart. “The mobile app will serve as a resource for fans, delivering full Wildcat coverage regardless of whether they make it to Lexington on game day or not.”
The application, built by XOS Digital, will feature video highlights minutes following the game, scores, live stats and breaking news for all Wildcat sports including football, basketball and women’s basketball. Updated content will be provided to fans through the XOS-powered Kentucky Digital Sports Network customized specifically for University of Kentucky Athletics.
“University of Kentucky fans will now have the ability to instantly access video highlights featuring game recaps and previews with any smart phone, at any time,” said Ben Godwin, general manager of the SEC Digital Network. “With the launch of Kentucky’s mobile application, fans can now receive timely, customized content when following the Wildcats.”
Additional features of the mobile application include:
•Video highlights for football and basketball
•SEC in progress scoreboard
•Latest Wildcat news for all sports
•Standings, schedules and poll updates
The official Kentucky Wildcats mobile application will debut with an introductory price of $2.99. The iPhone application is available on the iTunes store, and the Android application is available on the Android store. An official Kentucky Wildcats iPad application with additional features is currently under development with a targeted release date later in the fall.