Watch the Super Bowl live from New York City!
In the midst of the Superbowl festivities, the New York Times ran a series of articles about how the new Nike+ service is making life better for those who live far away.
The article also noted that the new service is coming to the Nike+ app store, meaning that the Nike apps will soon be available for free.
While the article itself is a pretty good article that has a lot of great information about the new technology, there’s one thing that’s missing: Nike+ is available in NYC.
Here’s what the NYT article had to say about the service in NYC:The Nike+ watch app will be available in New York, a city that has been home to one of Nike’s largest markets and its biggest sporting events, the Superbowl, since it began as a standalone service back in 2009.
This year’s Super Bowl was streamed live on the Nike Watch app, which is the company’s new mobile app, as well as the Nike app for iOS and Android.
According to the article, the new app, developed in-house by the company, is available for iOS, Android, and watchOS 4.4.3 and will be coming to watchOS 5 in the coming months.
“In NYC, Nike+ has the potential to provide an unprecedented experience,” said Joe Pfeiffer, CEO of Nike.
“It’s a new level of convenience that makes it possible to take advantage of the world’s most popular sports event, with its world-class venues, the most popular teams, and the best sports and events to watch.”
The New York Giants, who won the SuperBowl, have already started rolling out the service and will roll it out to their entire team.
Nike+ was originally slated to launch in late April, but it has been delayed until early July to give the company more time to prepare.
The article noted that it was only one of several companies in the US that will be launching the Nike+.
service in New Jersey.