The Barclays Center in Brooklyn has just released a new mobile app for iPhone and Android in hopes of keeping sports fans in the arena. The app, run by Cisco, is the first to be offered by an arena, according to the New York Times.
Although some of the features are available anytime, there are new features that only work on the Wi-Fi network in the arena. On that network, the app allows fans to order and pay for food, and then pick it up in a special line. The app also offers a live stream of the game at different angles with up to 30 seconds of replay. The arena also may add a feature that will allow fans to pay for lower tickets after they’ve already gotten to the arena.