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Wild Launches New Mobile App

Thursday, 09.26.2013 / 1:58 PM CT / News
By Mike Doyle  - Managing Editor
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Wild Launches New Mobile App
The Wild has launched a new mobile app, free to download, bringing fans closer to their favorite team.

The Minnesota Wild has a new and improved app, bringing fans closer to your favorite team through your mobile devices.

The new app will integrate seamlessly with to bring you the latest Minnesota Wild news, features, stats and WildTV videos. Additionally, the app will feature in-game scores and stats, roster and player cards, highlights, customized game alerts, links to postgame coverage and breaking news.

Get connected socially, as the app interacts with the team’s social media channels including Twitter and Instagram.

Find out more about the new app, here, or download the app now. The app is free to download.

The app is currently available for iPhone, iPad and iTouch. If you had the first version of it, go to the app store and download the update. If you're downloading the app for the first time, either go to the App Store or the iTunes Store and search Minnesota Wild. The app is expected to be available for Android users next week.

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