Broadcast any sports game you attend using your iPhone


Have a ball live streaming any sports event with this app.
Give your kid's T-ball game the World Series treatment with this sports streaming app.
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Sports lovers, what if you controlled the broadcast? When you’re watching the Super Bowl, how much color commentary do you really want? And wouldn’t it be cool to actually broadcast a local game that TV won’t cover?

Swish Live could make that happen. With this sports live-streaming app, you can control your own broadcast, whether you’re recording the big game for your friends to watch at home or running the interviews for your local club game. For a limited time, the Swish Live Streaming Basic Plan is on sale for $99 (regularly $340).

Stream and game you attend live on Facebook or YouTube

Watching the game is fun, but what if you controlled the whole channel? With Swish, all you need is your iPhone and a signal, and you can live-stream any sports event in HD on Facebook and YouTube.

Swish serves up presets for more than 20 sports, so a lot of the setup work is done for you. You can update live scoreboards, select highlights, facilitate post-match interviews and even connect with another iPhone to remotely manage the score.

With the Basic Plan, you get unlimited streaming and downloading, an inlay for team names, partner logos, team logos and full screens. You also can show your sponsors live, even if your sponsor is just your bud who bought the tickets.

You aren’t limited to broadcasting those massive, professional games, either. One user writes, “I was looking for an app to interface with Facebook to live-stream my daughter’s sports to show scores on the screen. Swish Live makes it easy. It looks professional.”

Whether it’s your kid’s team or the local club (of which Swish has helped more than 10,000), you can put up a professional-quality broadcast with just a phone, a steady hand and an eye on the ball.

Save on a Swish Live Streaming: Basic Plan

Live-stream any sports event you watch, whether streaming the PGA Championship or giving a special spotlight to your kid’s baseball game sponsor: juice boxes and orange slices. For a limited time, you can get a one-year subscription to the Swish Live Streaming Basic Plan on sale for $99 (regularly $340).

Prices subject to change.


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