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Get the latest version of New Orleans Saints mobile app

The New Orleans Saints app, presented by Verizon, is available for Apple, Android and Kindle devices

The New Orleans Saints have rolled out an updated version of their official mobile app with an improved look and easier access to all of the team's live video coverage of Coach Sean Payton's press conferences.

If you are one of the more than 214,000 fans who have already downloaded the app all you have to do is update it to get the new version.

This free app – presented by Verizon - is available on ITunes, Google Play and for the first time on Kindle. It remains the best way to keep up with breaking news on the team, watch live press conferences (including quarterback Drew Brees' weekly Wednesday session) and relive your favorite Saints moments. It provides easy access to videos, photos, stories, audio (including our daily Black and Blue Report podcast) and one-touch access to all of the team's social media accounts. It includes our roster (with brief player bios) and depth chart.

It also has our schedule, league standings and statistics and easy access to your Saints season ticket holder account manager. We've included a map of the Mercedes-Benz Superdome with a listing of the facility's rest rooms, merchandise and concession stands plus ATMs. We wll be using push notifcations from the app to keep fans informed of traffic and Superdome-related updates on game day.

And if you can't make it to our games at the Dome don't worry we're bringing public address announcer Mark Romig's calls to you. Every time the Saints score a touchdown we'll send an audio push notifcation with Mark's call: "Toucchhhhdoowwwwn Sainnnttttts!" You will have click accept touchdown push notifcations under the Settings section of the app.

The Apple version is compatible with IPhone, IPod touch and iPad. You can download it here.

The Android version is available on Google Play here.

The Kindle version is available at the Kindle app store here.

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