Mar 14, 2011, 5:42 PM EDT
Android phone users your day has finally arrived.
After teasing and taunting you with the NBC Sports Talk app for both the iPad and iPhone, Droid users can now access ProHockeyTalk and all the other great NBC Sports Talk blogs on your phone with ease. The NBC Sports Talk app is now available for free in the Android Market.
With that app, you’ll be able to get access to us here at ProHockeyTalk as well as ProFootballTalk, HardballTalk, ProBasketballTalk and all the other great Sports Talk sites here. Since we know you’re already big fans of us we know that if you have a Droid phone you’ll want to take us with you everywhere you go. If you’re worried about the price, you shouldn’t be because like we said it is free and giving away stuff for free is the American way.
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