Amazon Kindle Fire Heats Up a Cold January With New WatchESPN App

Have a Kindle Fire? You can now access ESPN wherever you are through the new WatchESPN app. Learn more at STACK.com.

Depending on where you live, January can be a cold and blustery month. On snowy days and windy nights, many people enjoy curling up next to a cozy fire with a good book. However, if you're an athlete, it's likely you stay warm during the chilly winter months with something more sports-related.

(You can watch TV and work out at the same time! Here's a great lower-body at-home workout.)

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Depending on where you live, January can be a cold and blustery month. On snowy days and windy nights, many people enjoy curling up next to a cozy fire with a good book. However, if you're an athlete, it's likely you stay warm during the chilly winter months with something more sports-related.

(You can watch TV and work out at the same time! Here's a great lower-body at-home workout.)

A recent joint venture that brings WatchESPN to the Kindle Fire platform through the Amazon App Store will undoubtedly receive a warm welcome from both athletes and sports enthusiasts. The deal means you can now watch your favorite teams, matches, games and other events—events you'd normally watch on your TV or stream live on your computer—on your Kindle.

Although many fans already have the ability to access WatchESPN on the Android, Comcast, Xbox 360, Optimum TV, Cablevision or Verizon, Kindle owners have been out of the game and left in the cold—until now. With the new Amazon app, Kindle users who love sports can do more than read books on their devices. The news will warm the hearts of Kindle devotees and sports fans, regardless of the season.

For all you tech-savvy athletes, check out STACK's Top 10 Best Health & Fitness Apps for Athletes.

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