ESPN Crave is the latest news destination to be powered by the social media platform of the future.
The news app, launched in 2017, has been in beta testing since September 2017.
It’s currently available in a beta-state on iOS and Android and is slated to be rolled out to desktop soon.
ESPN Crie The social media app is powered by a new algorithm that aims to increase user engagement and retention, ESPN Criem reports.
The algorithm will make it easier for users to share content, interact with others and connect with friends and family.
ESPN’s Alvaro Gimenez, who is a co-founder and chief product officer at ESPN, explained the new features in an interview with ESPN Crive.
“Our mission has always been to be a destination for you to engage, to find something to talk about, to watch and to share.
We are moving into the 21st century.
We want people to connect with us and share our content with their friends, and it’s just a matter of doing it,” he said.
“We want people and content to be connected and more than ever, we want people, content and people to be on the same page.”
The ESPN Creme Social app is being launched with an invite-only beta for the first time in the US.
The app will be available to users in the coming weeks.
The news app also features a brand new homepage, which will allow users to access all the content and services they need, such as breaking news and breaking sports.
The new homepage also allows users to follow along with a live feed of sports events, including the NBA Finals and Super Bowl.
While there is still no word on when the app will arrive in the UK, Gimenez hinted that it would arrive as soon as possible.
“This is our first app in the world, but it will be arriving as soon the app arrives in the U.K.,” he said, before adding that it’s not yet known when the U:England version will arrive.
“It will be here in a few weeks.”