Aussie sports site FourFourtwo has unveiled a new app for iOS and Android users that lets them watch AFL matches on a variety of platforms.
The app, called Aussie Sports Connection, will be available for free to users in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the US and Europe on the day it launches in those markets.
The new app is a key part of the AFL’s $100 million Aussie Super League investment, which will help ensure a high-quality game for fans in those regions.
While the AFL has been in the process of developing the app, it’s not yet ready to release it to the public.
The AFL has also unveiled the AFL App of the Year, a list of games that have captured the hearts of AFL fans, as part of its AFL App Awards program.
The AFL’s app award will be announced on Thursday.
While it is possible to watch the AFL on any device, there are some specific limitations with the app.
Aussie Sports Connector will allow users to access the game on a mobile device, or watch on a computer or laptop, but will not be able to stream.
The app will also not be compatible with the AFL TV app, and will only allow users with Apple TV to watch.
Users will need to download and install the AFL app to watch on the mobile app, but there are no plans for a TV app at this stage.
The application will also be compatible for users who have an Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Xbox One or Android device.
It is likely to be a popular app in the coming months, with Aussie Sport Connector set to be the most popular sports app available for the iPhone, Android, Apple TV and Roku.
The Aussie Supersport app, developed by Sports Connect, allows users to search for and access all AFL matches through the AFL mobile app.
The APP will be released on the first of the year, while the AFL Super League app will be launched in April.