Pack Pride App Now Available For Android

Pack Pride App Now Available For Android

Pack Pride is pleased to announce that our latest version of ou free application is now available for download on Android devices.

Pack Pride is pleased to announce that our latest version of our free application is now available for download on Android devices.

We've made some adjustments to the application following the network refresh.

NOTE: Our free iPhone app can be downloaded here.

With Pack Pride's app you can:

  • Login to read stories and features just like on a regular browser.
  • Follow football and basketball recruiting by accessing our commitment lists and read recruiting features for both sports.
  • Access the full page of the website from your mobile device.
  • Access Pack Pride's Twitter account and Facebook page.
  • Share Pack Pride content with family and friends.
  • Receive push notifications on the latest breaking news, such as football and basketball commitments.
  • Access the Pack Pride Forums and post in Safari.

    PACK PRIDE APP 2.0 Q&A
    What's changed?
    This version is a full rebuild of the app to correct the bugs associated with the Scout.com network refresh.

    We've added a much more accessible drop-down menu which makes it easier to navigate within the application.

    How do I update to 2.0?
    Your phone should send you an update notification or you can access it through the app store.

    How do I download the app?
    You can download the Pack Pride app by searching with "Pack Pride" in the Google Play Store on your mobile device or by clicking here.

    Does this app cost anything?
    No, it is free.

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