A new, improved streaming option for your mobile device is on the way to your favourite sport’s most popular games, according to the Australian Football League.
As part of the AFL’s latest update to the app, the AFL announced it will launch a new app, featuring a new player profile screen, with a number of new features for fans of AFL.
It is also set to include a number more players to watch in the AFL.
As we noted previously, the new app will be available to owners of the game on Apple TV, Roku and Amazon Fire TV, as well as the Google Android TV app.
The app will have a more streamlined, streamlined user interface with more information to be shown, including a player profile that will include stats about the player and team, including his statistics and career history, and a player rating system that will give an insight into how the player stacks up against other AFL players.
The AFL also announced it would be introducing a new feature that will be in the app through next week.
It will allow fans to track the position of the player they are watching, including whether he’s played in the game, has an AFL club jersey, or has played for the club.
It is also planned to have a ‘home’ and ‘away’ section to help fans track their favourite AFL players, teams and teams and players across all competitions, which will be announced soon.
In addition to the new streaming option, the updated app will feature improved player statistics, along with a new stat tracker that will allow you to see the position and position of every player in the league.
This feature is currently available to Apple TV owners, Android TV owners and Google TV owners.
It was previously unavailable on Apple devices and Android TVs, but it will be rolled out across the rest of the app.
“We’ve made significant improvements to the fan experience for the first time in the history of the AFL,” AFL chief executive Gillon McLachlan said.
“Fans can now view their favourite players in their own screen, including their career history and stats, and they can also follow them on Twitter.
The update will also give fans a new look at the AFL game on its mobile platform, with improved player and club player profiles and player ratings that will help fans see how each player stacks in terms of his overall career, as the league looks to expand its digital reach.