ESPN ID Pack could be like your virtual seat on the 50-yard line if you are eager to see whether the Oregon Ducks or Auburn Tigers hoist the national championship trophy or if you just want to keep up with your favorite team.
ESPN recently announced ESPN ID Pack, making it the latest brand to join the Sprint ID lineup.
Sprint ID is a new way to find apps and personalize your device. Sprint ID allows users, on select Sprint devices, to quickly download ID packs that deliver a predefined experience, including applications, widgets, ringtones and wallpapers, all at once.
The ESPN ID pack and other Sprint ID Packs are available on three value-priced Android smartphones when activated on an Everything Data plan: LG Optimus S, Sanyo Zio and Samsung Transform.
You can learn more information about Sprint ID here:
• ScoreCenter: Keep up with the latest scores and stats from 500 leagues around the world with the ESPN ScoreCenter app. With ScoreCenter, fans never miss another goal, run, or touchdown.
• Video On Demand: Watch news and analysis from ESPN’s experts whenever and wherever.
• ESPN Mobile TV: Catch the latest sports news and highlights, fan favorite studio shows, and more than 900 live events per year.
• Fantasy Sports: Connect to ESPN Fantasy teams on the go. With one-tap Fantasy access, it’s never been easier to check on an injury, make a substitution or accept a trade.
• ESPN Extras: Download wallpaper, ringtones, notifications and alarms from a variety of ESPN programs including SportsCenter, Pardon The Interruption, SportsNation and more.
In addition to apps, users can personalize their device with ESPN wallpapers such as their favorite sport or picking the design of their favorite studio show. The ringtones include four versions of the SportsCenter theme song, NBA on ESPN theme, Baseball Tonight theme and College GameDay theme.
The ESPN ID pack also has mobile Web shortcuts to ESPN indexes for football, baseball, basketball, hockey, college football, college basketball, ESPNsoccernet, auto racing, fantasy sports, SportsNation and ESPN PodCasts.