The National Football League's NFL Now app is still scheduled to launch this summer, but it seems the app's full list of platforms may have not been revealed yet.
NFL Now will deliver users original content, game highlights, extensive archive video and live events. It's being touted as the football fan's ultimate tool.
Too many coaches in the kitchen
When the football league revealed its NFL Now plans in January, Microsoft helped out with an announcement published on the Xbox Wire blog.
It's interesting that Microsoft essentially claimed partial ownership over the NFL Now experience in that blog post, considering how many other platforms have been announced in the interim or may yet emerge from the woodwork, in the case of Apple TV.
The post was titled "Microsoft Partners with the NFL to Create NFL Now," for crying out loud, and only Microsoft platforms including the Xbox One and Surface tablets were mentioned in this initial announcement.
The NFL Now app has no concrete release date on any platform, but the source of this current rumor said that it might debut as soon as this week.