Fear The Fin is proud to announce that the long-awaited and much-anticipated iPhone app is now available to download in the Apple App Store. The app, which will allow you to stay connected to Fear The Fin and 300+ SB Nation blogs throughout the day, will be free of charge and available to all iPhone owners. Current user names and passwords will allow you to log in to the app as you would from a computer.
The SBN iPhone app will allow users to:
* Get breaking news as it happens.
* Customize your news with your favorite teams (), sports (badminton) and blogs (Winging It In Motown)
* Receive up to the minute updates to the stories you choose to follow on SBNation.com, regional sites, Baseball Nation, and MMA Nation
* Read and reply to comments.
Although "z'ing" through comments and automatic page updates will not be available at launch, SBN will be adding those functions in the near future. It is one of the team's biggest priorities. Furthermore, an app for the Android will be launched before the end of 2011.
For a wonderful video demo on how the app works, please click here.
According to FTF's market research team, bathroom breaks at work are expected to increase 300% for all iPhone users in the greater Bay Area during the 2011-2012 season, with family reunions and romantic dinners also seeing a bump in bathroom activity. "Number two" is projected to be the most commonly used bowel movement in the coming weeks, as local supermarkets and grocers struggle to meet the increased demand for Raisin Bran and other fiber-based forms of nourishment.
Sources close to the Apple store state that Steve Jobs' decision to resign as CEO of Apple late Wednesday afternoon was due in part to the awesomeness of the new SBN app.
"Steve always said he would like to go out on top, retire when all of his goals were achieved," John Doe told Fear The Fin during a high-stakes game of unverified and non-existent sourcing used to beef up an articles word count. "This new SBN app brought his career at Apple full circle, put the cherry on top so to speak. He couldn't be more pleased with how it turned out."
The app can be downloaded by going to the App Store and searching "SB Nation", or by going here and clicking "Download Now." The app is free for all users.
Any questions, feedback, or comments about the app can be directed towards firstname.lastname@example.org.