Watch Olympics iPad, Android and iPhone Apps is now available in the market, and even watching the Olympics on your computer by just visiting the NBCOlympics.com. The NBC Olympics launched Live Extra Apps last July 13, 2012 for your iPad, Android and iPhone devices. All of the streaming and apps of the Olympics is free to watch if you only have telco, cable and satellite services. While the Olympics is not yet starting until the Opening ceremony on July 27th, you will only allowed to see the Olympics trial videos if you downloaded and installed the app before last July 23rd. Videos about the athletes and the Olympics are also available for the viewers to help them know more about the background of the athletes and to help them get into the thrill of the upcoming Olympic games.
When the Olympic Games begun, there were over 3,500 hours of video live coverage available for Watch Olympics iPad, iPhone and Android. All of the 32 games and the 302 events were streamed live during the starting day of the games including those long-form events such as swimming and gymnastics. And if you miss some of the games and events, there were also a full event replays available to watch Olympics iPad, iPhone and Android.
In order to Watch Olympics on iPad, iPhone and android devices, one must just have to register and login to the NBC Olympics Live Coverage and download and install the app.
Here are the things needed for Watch Olympics iPad, iPhone and Android on signing up for NBC Olympic Live Coverage.
One must be a cable, telco or a satellite customer and the subscription must comprise of the MSNBS, CNBC and the NBC network.
One must set up an online login for the satellite and cable provider. If haven’t created a login yet, then one must go to the provider’s site and register. It’s either Comcast.com, DISH.com or directv.com or even your local cable company provider. If you need any help, just contact the cable company. The login you just performed is needed for the NBC Olympics Live and NBC Live Extra for Watch Olympics iPad, iPhone and Android.