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Lakers release app for Android and iOS devices

December 28, 2012|By Eric Pincus
  • Bulls power forward Carlos Boozer knocks the ball from Lakers guard Kobe Bryant in the first quarter of last year's Christmas Day game, which was a season opener.
Bulls power forward Carlos Boozer knocks the ball from Lakers guard Kobe… (Wally Skalij / Los Angeles…)

The Lakers have released an official mobile app for both Android and iOS platforms.

Partnered with developer Lucid Appeal, the Lakers app provides "news, statistics, schedules, image and video gallery, user profiles, and more," according to a release from the team.

"Launching this mobile app is a part of our long term strategy to engage Lakers fans across digital platforms and deliver content to fans in all the ways they want to consume it. We're excited for this launch, but even more so for the long-term road map we have for the mobile app and the dynamic features coming in future versions," said Nick Kioski, director of new media and technology for the Lakers. 

To download the free app, navigate to the App Store on an iOS device, or to Google Play on an Android device.

Tickets to games can also be purchased via Ticketmaster within the app.

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Email Eric Pincus at eric.pincus@gmail.com and follow him on Twitter @EricPincus.

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