MLB At Bat 11 for iPad – the superb official app from Major League Baseball – was updated yesterday, to Version 4.1.3.
The one notable change in the new update is HDMI Mirroring support, which was previously not allowed in the app. If you have the new Apple Digital AV Adapter and an HD TV you can mirror everything that is done on the iPad onto your TV screen, and now the MLB At Bat app is no longer an exception to that.
Now I just wish I could get it work with AirPlay.
The excellent MLB.com At Bat 11 is this week’s iPad App of the Week in the iPad App Store.
Baseball’s new season kicked off yesterday, so this is a perfectly fitting week for the App Store to highlight MLB At Bat 11. The app has also just had an update this week, to Version 4.1.0. Here’s the list of new items in the latest update:
- New Gameday experience
- Live Look-ins
- Improved performance
This app is definitely the standard for any pro sports organization wanting to bring their league to iOS, and it just keeps getting better. A fine choice for iPad App of the Week.
Here’s an App Store link for MLB.com At Bat 11 or iPad; it’s priced at $14.99.
MLB.com At Bat 11 for iPad hit the App Store yesterday. Ever since the first version of MLB.com At Bat hit the iPhone, this has been a superb app for baseball fans. I’ve installed MLB.com At Bat 11 for iPad and spent a little bit of time with it, and it looks great, even while we’re just in the Spring Training portion of the year.
The app has boxscores and highlights for all the spring training games, and lots of news coming out of all the camps and from teams throughout the league. There’s already plenty of video in the MLB and individual team news sections as well.
I know some people are unhappy with the app costing $14.99 for both an iPad app and the iPhone version. It’s a fair point, it would be nicer if they would produce a universal app; but for now I’m happy to just run it on my iPad.
Here’s an App Store link for MLB.com At Bat 11 for iPad.
Roll on Opening Day.