WWE has released an official app for iOS devices to help it’s fans keep track of company’s events and follow news related to their favorite superstars. The app offers videos and photos from different shows featuring WWE superstars that will be exclusively available for app’s users. WWE app has a side panel that houses links to different sections of the app including Events, WWE Shop, and Superstars. Users can view profile pages especially made for current and former WWE Superstars and Divas that offer videos as well as photos related to them. The profile pages also feature bios, career milestones, and social media feeds of superstars from both Raw and SmackDown.
WWE app has a ‘My Universe’ section that allows users to have conversation with other WWE fans about their favorite shows and superstars by choosing their own city from the list. Users have to tweet with #WWECityName hashtag to make their tweet appear in the conversation section of the selected city. With WWE app users can watch new and older WWE videos right on their iPhone or iPad. The app also allows users to watch latest and older videos of Raw, SmackDown, and other events.
The events menu shows company’s upcoming events with dates. Here not only can you look for upcoming events but also search for fights starring your favourite superstars. You can also set reminders for the show and even order tickets if you want to watch the show in person.
Overall it’s a great app with lots of features that makes it a must have for WWE fans. WWE for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch is available in the App Store for free. It is a universal app and has been optimized for iPad’s larger screen. Download it from the iTunes link below.
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