Sports network ESPN's Android app has been updated to allow free access to Comcast subscribers, under the terms of a 10-year deal between Comcast and ESPN's parent company, Disney. The update has been a long time coming, with Android users having waited three months longer than their iOS counterparts to get the service. Known as WatchESPN, the app provides live streaming feeds from ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, and ESPNU, airing sports such as basketball, football, baseball, and Premier League soccer. Comcast customers looking to catch the tail-end of the Olympics would do better to download one of NBC's dedicated apps — check out our comprehensive guide to watching the Games in the US for more information.

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