Major League Fishing (MLF) announces that its all-new MLF App designed to deliver the ultimate experience for fans on the go is available now for free download on Apple and Android devices.
The new Major League Fishing App was developed with ease of use in mind as a way for fans on the go to keep up with everything MLF related, ranging from pro videos and tips to show news and the TV schedule for upcoming episodes. (Click to enlarge/download)
League officials are excited about what the new app means for viewers of all ages who follow the popular made-for-television MLF bass competitions, saying it provides an easier-than-ever way for them to see anglers’ profiles, tips, standings, and the TV schedule for MLF, the No. 1-rated show on Outdoor Channel.
“This app is an incredible companion for watching our show, but will also likely become the preferred destination for our fans looking for ‘everything’ MLF,” said Bailey McBride, MLF manager of marketing and communications. “In today’s world of mobile devices, we knew we needed to get MLF information to our audience’s phones for convenience and here it is.”
The MLF App streams all the content and tips from the MLF website into a format that is easy for all ages and experience levels to use.
The Major League Fishing App is available now for free download from either the Apple App Store or Google Play, depending on devices. (Click to enlarge/download)
“Our digital team spent considerable thought, time and effort during months of development to create this wonderful experience for even the most novice app user,” McBride added. “We’re very proud of the outcome and look forward to bringing MLF fans everywhere the latest and greatest in videos, news and more from the best professional bass anglers in the world.”
This version of the MLF App will soon be followed by other additions, including integration of the fishing-club friendly Scoretracker Live and easy in-app access to the MLF Shop.
The 2018 season will be the seventh for MLF. According to Nielsen ratings, the show was Outdoor Channel’s top-rated program in first and second quarters 2016 and 2017.