April 4, 2012
TALLAHASSEE, FLA. – Seminoles.com has now introduced an updated mobile experience for Seminoles
fans with iPhone, Blackberry and Android devices. The official mobile application of Florida State University athletics
offers iPhone, Blackberry and Android owners easy and instant access to up-to-the-minute news, scores, live game
play-by-play, stats, schedules, rosters and photo galleries for the 2011-12 school year. The mobile application is
free to download from the iPhone App Store, Blackberry App World or Android Market. Users can also enhance their
experience by purchasing access to live audio broadcasts within the app.
The application provides smartphone owners an interface that gives them immediate mobile access to essential
information from Seminoles.com, the official athletic web site of Florida State athletics. Fans no longer have to wait
until they have access to a computer or television to keep up with their favorite Seminoles sport.
Fans can get access to live audio broadcasts with a paid in-application upgrade. The live audio upgrade costs $0.99
per month for iPhone users and $4.99 per year for Android users.
The update to the free mobile application will include access to the following features:
Once downloaded, fans can purchase the live audio upgrade within the application by clicking “Purchase Sports
Audio” and following the purchase process. Once the upgrade is purchased, fans can immediately access audio
broadcasts through the “Audio/Video” or “Games” tab. Audio broadcasts are subject to availability of online and
mobile broadcast rights.
The official mobile application of Florida State University athletics is compatible with iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad
devices and requires iOS 4.2 or above. The Android version is compatible with any Droid device running Android
2.2 and up. The Blackberry version is compatible with devices running software 5.0.0 and higher.
The application can be downloaded on your phone via the iPhone App Store, Blackberry App World or Android
Market by searching for “Seminoles.”