Tonight, the NBA season kicks off. Will the Golden State Warriors repeat? The long road to the NBA Finals start tonight. And the NBA have just recently updated their Gametime application for Android for the 2015-16 season. One of the big new changes in the app is the Chromecast support. So now, you can stream games to Chromecast, as well as highlights and other videos found in the NBA Gametime 2015-16 app. Other changes in the app includes a redesign of the app. This is said to make navigation easier for top content as well as live scores and of course video. They have also added some new NBA League Pass subscription options. There is also an option for single games. And of course, the changelog includes "performance improvements" as usual.
So now, if you aren't going to be home for the start of the NBA season tonight, you can still keep up with all of the action with the update to the NBA Gametime app. While many of the other features don't see all that amazing. The addition of Chromecast is a huge reason to download the update, which is available in the Google Play Store right now.
Some of the options included this year include the League Pass, which lets you watch all 82 games from all 30 teams in the league. The NBA have also brought in the NBA Team Pass which allows you to watch all 82 games for a single team. A great option for those that want to follow just their team. There's also the NBA Single Game pass, which allows you to watch just a single game. Finally there is the NBA League Pass Audio. As you could probably tell, this allows you to listen to the audio from each of the NBA games this season.
The NBA Gametime app isn't just about watching your favorite team. It also provides the schedule for each team in the league, as well as scores, states, highlights and so much more. It's your one-stop shop for everything in the NBA. All the way up to the NBA Finals in June, where a new team will be named the NBA Champions.