Download the New 2013 MLS MatchDay App

The best MLS mobile app is back and better than ever for the 2013 season!

The MLS MatchDay app is back and better than ever for the start of the 2013 season!

Download the new, latest mobile app from MLS to keep tabs on the Red Bulls and competition throughout the league. With all-new features and options available, there is no other app you’ll need to follow the 2013 MLS season.

Imagine this: You’re out with some friends on a Saturday night, recording the Red Bulls game at home. You won’t check your phone for fear of seeing any mention of the game, and your friends have already sworn they will not ruin it for you before you get home. Admittedly you have some pretty good friends if they agree to do that, but now you don’t have to worry about avoiding your phone either, thanks to the new 2013 app. With an all-new filtering feature, you can toggle the “hide scores” option and shut off notifications, allowing you to watch the match when you get home without the fear of score alerts ruining it for you. (Of course, if you have friends texting you a final score before you can get home, you may want to take it up with them personally.)

You can also watch up to 230+ games streamed to your iPhone and iPad and gain access to live, on-demand replay, condensed game video, match highlights, scores, and more (certain features available only to MLS LIVE subscribers).

Here are a few new FREE features available on the 2013 app:

-      Highlight video clips during games

-      Complete game highlights after the match ends

-      Latest news and opinions from MLSsoccer.com writers

-      Featured video channels (including AT&T Goal of the Week)

-      Clubs rosters with photos, bios, and career season stats

The app will also include a variety of competitions involving MLS players/sides, such as the MLS All-Star Game, CONCACAF Champions League, US Open Cup, and CONCACAF World Cup Qualifiers.

Want it? Need it? Gotta have it? Check out MLS mobile on MLSsoccer.com for more info.

Note: Blackout restrictions may apply. All national broadcast games on NBC Sports, ESPN, and Univision/UniMas are not streamed live. Local broadcasts are also blacked out in the local market in most MLS cities. For more information on Blackout Regulations, visit http://www.mlssoccer.com/blackout.