If you’re a subscriber of Rogers’ Sportsnet, their iOS app has been updated to now support push notifications, plus Touch ID for signing into your SN NOW account.
Rich Notifications debuted in iOS 10, allowing users to see media attachments and live content within notifications, without jumping to apps first. So for Sportsnet, this means you could now view highlights directly in notifications instead of opening the app.
For those with SN NOW accounts, you can now login with Touch ID, instead of entering your username/password combination. Also new is automatic refresh for the playoff tracker, along with some bug fixes and performance enhancements.
The Sportsnet iOS app supports 3D Touch, AirPlay and also includes an iOS Today Widget, plus an Apple Watch app as well.
Click here to download Sportsnet for iOS in the App Store.
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