Flow Managing Director, Brian Collins, said “Apps today are where people are shopping, watching, banking, so it seemed like a natural progression for our company and what we want to do…You now have the option to choose what you watch, when you watch, even if that event is not being shown on TV.” “This is a unique way to show something that’s traditionally just been on television. The app, which is free, goes live on Saturday (August 6), after the opening ceremony on Friday (August 5). It allows us to show multiple streams in a very efficient and personalised way because nearly everyone has a mobile phone or tablet.” Collins said the menu is easy to navigate, is “very visual” and comes with the option to set up alerts for your favourites, whether by country, event or athlete.

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Once you’ve downloaded the app from the Google Play or iTunes stores, enter your Flow identification to gain free access to the Premium version.

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The ‘Freemium’ (free) version, available to non-Flow customers, gives users access to everything on the app except the live streaming option.

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