5 new things you can do on the Arsenal app! | News | Technology Apps

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Over the last few months, the official Arsenal app has been adding lots of new features and tweaks to help you keep up to date with all the latest news and match action.

And if you haven’t updated your app recently, or not downloaded it before, then now is the perfect time to do so ahead of a massive weekend for both our men’s and women’s teams!

As well as arming you with all the latest news, match previews, highlights and interviews, there have been some exciting new tweaks made to help improve your experience.

Here are five new things you can now do on the Arsenal app:

Follow every kick

We have improved how we cover our women’s games, with push notifications keeping you up to date with all the goals and key events, plus enhanced live text commentary is now available for all our competitive matches. 

In the notifications section of the app, you can also turn on or off push notifications for our various teams, meaning you’ll only receive the content that interests you.

Get emotional

You can now offer feedback on our articles and videos by sharing your reactions to them. Simply tap the React button at the top of the article and select the emoji that best describes how the news makes you feel, and see how you compare to other…

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