The recent addition of Mobile View, which gives you a better view of the action on small-screen devices, and the option to listen to audio streams of all live and archived NBA games — from both teams’ broadcast partners, mind you — make it an essential download for any NBA fan. Provided, of course, it is paired with a League Pass subscription that unlocks all the app’s features, and more, for a price.
Today, the NBA just rolled out an update that makes a League Pass subscription even more compelling, the app more like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video.
The newly updated NBA app now allows you to download full-length and condensed NBA games on your iPhone and iPad. Yes, you can now watch (and rewatch) LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers go up against any NBA team offline, anywhere in the world, just as you would your favorite TV shows and movies and songs on other paid steaming apps. The update hasn’t been uploaded to the Google Play Store yet, but we imagine it’s only a matter of time.
The NBA app now lets you download full-length and condensed NBA games on your iPhone and iPad. The update hasn’t been uploaded to the Google Play Store yet, but we imagine it’s only a matter of time.
So, how do you go about saving videos for later viewing?
1. First, you have to download the latest version of the NBA app.
2. Launch the app, then select the Games tab.
3. Choose an archived broadcast you’d like to download.
4. Tap the cloud icon on the right-hand side of the screen, then select a feed from the options available.
5. Select Manage Downloads to play videos saved to your library.
Keep in mind that downloads start at about a gigabyte each (it’s a full game, after all), so you may need to make some room for them. Also: You have to keep the app running in the background for the games to finish downloading.
How is the update treating you so far? Have you downloaded any games yet? Drop a line or two in the comments. We’d love to hear from you.
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