Pyeongchang 2018, the best app to follow the olympic winter games
The expectations for the winter olympics of Pyeongchang 2018 are finally on the starting line and for the great fans of the olympic winter is the time to spend many hours in front of the TV to enjoy all the fantastic competitions, and of course, cheer for the athletes of the national team.
However, because of the time zone to us unfavourable, or when the couch and tv will not be, unfortunately, to flow, you can take advantage of a vast array of applications that will allow you to not miss a minute of the olympics (provided of course you have a good dose of coffee for the later hours).
We then tried to select for you some of the best apps available on the App Store to be able to do the full great winter sport wherever you are, provided of course that depending on the service that you are going to use will be available more or less hours of sport on the basis of course to the agreements TV purchased from any single issuer.
And without any doubt it is the best platform to follow the olympic winter games as Discovery Communications, which owns Eurosport, has all the rights to broadcast all races of the winter olympic games. This solution obviously requires a monthly subscription fee of 6.99 euros but will allow you to follow all of the 4000 hours of competitions, both live and on-demand.
Link – FREE
Mediaset Premium, after the surrender of the Sky to the acquisition of the TV rights relating to the winter olympics, has come forward in leg purchasing from Eurosport the rights to the channels Eurosport 1 and Eurosport 2. Mediaset Premium requires how well-known a monthly fee and all those who are currently customers of Mediaset will be able to use the app Premium Play. The application has never shined for responsiveness and performance, but it certainly is a solution recommended for the Premium customers who are interested in attending the winter olympic games.
Link – FREE
The issuer on national TV, RAI has been able to purchase from Eurosport and a full package of sporting events. RAI has also acquired the rights to broadcast on their channels for all sporting events involving athletes blue, be they races valid for the award of medals or not. RAI has a proprietary application that allows, through the channels Rai 2 and rai sport, follow sport events that are part of the package purchased.
Link – FREE
TIM as the Official Mobile Broadcaster will offer a full schedule of all sporting events broadcast through the platform Eurosport, thanks to the handshake, the summer between the two giants. It will be possible to fully follow the sporting events, enjoying the channel Eurosport 1, Eurosport 2 and all channels on Eurosport Player for the individual olympic disciplines. TIM's Vision has a fee of 4,99 euro rated at the time every 4 weeks, but if you are a customer of TIM we suggest you take a look at the many offerings of the operator dedicated to TIM Vision.
Link – FREE
Another application that we suggest comes directly from the young Italian developer owned by Spinelli. SpdrVision collects substantially all of the best channels Italian TV in the clear between such as Rai 2 and rai sport+ HD, which, as said, above, live broadcasts of many sports events of the winter games, including the races with atleti azzurri involved. The developer updates often with new features to his application, and despite the cost of 3,99 euro we suggest you give him a chance to follow the directed by the Rai channels. It is also available for the counterparty to macOS.
Link iOS – 3,99€
Link macOS – 3,99€
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