Red Raider Gameday Lite

Red Raider Gameday Lite

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Whether you’re on campus or thousands of miles away, Red Raider Gameday Lite gives die-hard fans like you everything you need to keep up with your favorite Texas Tech sports, even in the offseason!
Covering ALL Red Raider sports, our Gameday Lite app includes:

Now optimized for Android 4.0+, Red Raider Gameday Lite is the official mobile application of Texas Tech athletics.

- News & headlines, tailored to fit any mobile screen
- Sport schedules
- Mobile-optimized photo galleries
- Twitter integration
- Much, much more

With Red Raider Gameday Lite, you’ll be able to follow all your favorite TTU teams, check out schedules and game info, and prepare for Gameday LIVE.

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Texas Tech Red Raiders - Gameday is coming!

With the 2014-15 sport season fast approaching, we’ve redesigned our mobile applications to provide you with a new and improved mobile experience.

Red Raider Gameday Lite is the official offseason version of our new mobile app. So, while the Red Raiders are hard at work prepping for next season, so are we. We’ll be back with our fully-featured Gameday LIVE application, in time for kickoff in the Fall.

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Comments and ratings for Red Raider Gameday Lite
  • (72 stars)

    by Steve Martinez on 12/10/2013


  • (72 stars)

    by Derrell Durrett on 05/10/2013

    I have to go through some unusual hoops to get this app to play audio. You can't go through the "media" tab, you have to find the audio attached to the game itself. Not good. Next, and pretty bad for a mobile device, there's no way to turn off the screen. So, I'll be uninstalling this and asking for a refund. A mobile app that leaves the screen running is just a battery drain, and one that exits