Fox Adds More Networks to the Fox Sports Go App




Fox has recently been working at making its Fox Now and Fox Sports Go apps better. One of the main goals seems to be combining all the smaller apps, such as FX Now, into the larger Fox Now apps.

Fox has done this again with its Fox Sports Go app. Yesterday Fox added the Big Ten Network to the Fox Sports Go app. Now if you pay for a service that includes the Big Ten Network, you can access it through the Fox Sports Go app.

This is great news because it felt as though Fox had forgotten about its Big Ten apps. Many users had complained about them being glitchy and full of crashes.

With this new app, you get a lot more than just a live stream of the Big Ten Network. You also get access to on-demand content and replays of Big Ten sporting events. Plus, this is happening just in time for the Big Ten Media days occurring in July.

So if you subscribe to DIRECTV NOW, PlayStation Vue, Hulu, or one of the many other services that have the Big Ten network, you now have one more way to watch the Big Ten Network content.

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