SharePlay is now available on ESPN+

One of the streaming services not as many people talk about is ESPN+, but as of today, there’s been a major update to it.

ESPN released an update to its app this morning that added the ability for SharePlay functionality. This means live and on-demand video content in the app such as its ESPN+ content, as well as videos from the ESPN app related to programs like “SportsCenter,” “NFL Live” and “Pardon the Interruption” can have the ability to be seen with friends with SharePlay.

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SharePlay is a feature in iOS 15.1 and higher where users can have a FaceTime call going and watch on-demand and live content from a plethora of services like Apple Music, Apple TV+, Disney+, Pluto TV and others.

This update to its app came in Version 6.64:

“Stream together with SharePlay – With SharePlay, you can stream select live sports, ESPN+ Originals, and more with friends and family on FaceTime. Try it out on your iPhone, iPad, or Apple TV (accessible on latest iOS, iPadOS, or tvOS 15.1 update).”

ESPN+ currently costs $6.99 a month and is available to stream on the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Apple TV and Mac. It can be subscribed to through the App Store via in-app purchases too.

What are your thoughts on ESPN+ and the ESPN app getting SharePlay support? Comment below or let us know on Twitter at @appleosophy.

David Becker
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