How to Mod and Install?
- Download ESPN Mod Apk v6.61.0
- Now install it on your program.
- After installation is complete, copy and paste the crack file
- Then paste it in an installation directory
- Enjoy full version
ESPN v6.61.0 Mod Apk Ad-Free Premium Requirements
- 2 GHz Processor
- 2GB of RAM
- HDD space 800MB
- 670-MB installation space required
- Windows XP, 7, 8, 8.1, and also 10
- MAC OS X 10.8 or later.
- Lots of live sports, particularly college sports
- Reliable streaming performance
- On-demand access to ESPN’s high-quality archives
- Supports offline downloads on mobile
- Does not include most of ESPN’s core programming
- No live NFL or NBA games
- Lacks DVR functionality
ESPN Mod Apk v6.61.0 Ad-Free Premium is the new home of all out-of-market National Hockey League games, replacing the league-owned NHL.TV package at a much lower price. Fans like myself, who root for teams that aren’t based where they currently live, need ESPN’s streaming service to watch their team’s action this season.
The service won’t be of much use, however, to fans of the home hockey team. Local games are blacked out on ESPN Plus so you’ll need access to your regional sports network through cable or a live TV streaming service in order to watch them.
ESPN Plus is also compelling for soccer and fighting fans. It offers a large collection of out-of-market action for Major League Soccer (although local games will again air only on your regional sports network), as well as other soccer leagues around the world.
It hosts exclusive UFC matches and events, such as UFC Fight Night and pay-per-view championship bouts — like the November rematch of Usman vs. Covington in UFC: 268. Typically, high profile UFC fights have an additional fee of $70 on top of the monthly cost of ESPN Plus.
ESPN v6.61.0 Crack Ad-Free Premium doesn’t show live NFL or NBA games, however, and while its vast library of original programming is impressive, it’s difficult to navigate.
While the $7 a month, $70 per year service is best suited for die-hard fans of the sports it covers well, more casual fans might find themselves with an ESPN Plus subscription anyway through the Disney Bundle, which also includes Hulu and Disney Plus for $14 total. Getting the bundle saves $7 a month over the cost of each individual service, so in essence, you get ESPN Plus for free.
Most of ESPN’s flagship shows are missing, though, including Around the Horn, First Take, NFL Live, Outside the Lines, Pardon the Interruption, and SportsCenter. You do get the entire archive of ESPN’s 30 for 30, E:60, and SC Featured on the service, as well as Greeny (Mike Greenberg’s radio show) and SportsNation.
Based on its offerings, ESPN+ is more comparable to a single-network service like Paramount+ than live TV streaming services such as fuboTV or YouTube TV. Similar to ESPN+, Paramount+ grants you access to live CBS coverage (both sports and news broadcasts), original series (such as Star Trek Discovery and The Good Fight), and on-demand shows from ViacomCBS’s vast archives (including The Twilight Zone and all the old Star Trek series).
NBC’s Peacock is also emerging as a potential competitor to ESPN+. The paid tiers of Peacock include Premier League, IndyCar, and WWE coverage. Peacock even streamed an NFL playoff game last season and, starting in 2023, will air Sunday Night Football games, too.
How Much Does ESPN+ Cost?
ESPN+ now costs $6.99 per month or $69.99 per year after the service’s second price increase in 2021. You can also get ESPN+ in a bundle with Disney+ and Hulu (ad-supported) for $13.99 per month. If you don’t want to watch ads on Hulu, the bundle with ESPN+, Disney+, and Hulu’s commercial-free plan is $19.99 per month. Joining with Disney+ and Netflix, ESPN+ no longer offers a free trial.
If you intend to watch UFC fights, you can currently purchase UFC 259 PPV for $69.99 or an annual subscription to both ESPN+ and the UFC PPV for $89.98.
Since the time of our last review, the prices of all other live TV streaming services have increased substantially. FuboTV, Hulu + Live TV, and YouTube TV all charge $64.99 per month. Sling TV’s Orange and Blue prices cost $35 per month each. Paramount+’s ad-free tier costs $9.99 per month and Peacock’s Premium tier starts at $4.99 per month.
Aside from watching ESPN+ on the web, you can download apps for mobile platforms (Android and iOS), media streaming devices (Apple TV, Chromecast, Fire TV, and Roku), and gaming devices (PlayStation 4 and 5, Xbox One, Series S|X, and Oculus Go).
ESPN+ on the Web
To sign up for an ESPN v6.61.0 Mod Apk Ad-Free Premium subscription, you just need to provide an email address and a password. To access ESPN+ via the web, either sign in on the regular ESPN site and then navigate to the ESPN+ tab or go directly to espn.com/watch. You can manage your subscription from the web.
You navigate the experience via a top menu bar with the following sections: Featured, Originals, Browse, Schedules & Replays, and Articles.
The Features section highlights some of the top live and upcoming events airing on the service, along with notable on-demand shows and ESPN+ originals. The Originals section shows only those exclusive shows. In the Browse section, you can filter the catalog by sport, league, conference, or show.
Know that not everything you see in the Browse section is available on ESPN+. Some shows and live events require you to authenticate with your cable or video streaming service account.
A golden badge in the upper left corner of each show’s thumbnail identifies things that are available on ESPN+. I would like ESPN to break out the entire ESPN+ experience into its own streaming interface to avoid this confusion.
The Schedules and Replays tab works fine. You can view live, upcoming, and past events, as well as filter by sport and ESPN channel.
I wish ESPN+ provided a way to add an event to a watchlist, but the service does not support that feature. One relatively new perk to an ESPN+ subscription is access to exclusive articles with in-depth sports analysis. Some movie streaming services, such as Mubi and Filmatique, also offer editorial content as part of their subscriptions.
A show’s details page includes the runtime, year, director, as well as a brief description. ESPN+ also lists titles you may enjoy, but those recommendations don’t appear to be curated in any way. You can’t leave a review or rating on any of the on-demand content, either.
ESPN Mod Apk v6.61.0 Ad-Free Premium exists inside ESPN’s mobile app, aptly called ESPN. I had no trouble downloading the app and signing into my account on an Android 11 device. ESPN+ is the fourth tab over on the bottom navigation bar.
The interface looks slick with a black background, white text, and yellow highlights. The app is quick to navigate and didn’t crash during testing. You do have to enable your location before you can watch anything, however.
The ESPN+ section is organized into two tabs: Stream and Articles. The Stream tab functions identically to the web interface’s Featured section. Here you can browse through live sports events and ESPN+’s on-demand shows. The Articles tab is just an interface for reading the exclusive articles you get with your subscription.