The Chicago Cubs have made it possible for fans to watch games on their phones.
The team announced this week that it has created a “mobile phone emulator” that allows fans to view their favorite games on a screen, with the option to switch between viewing options in the future.
The emulator allows users to view games from the comfort of their couch or desk chair.
The Cubs said the emulator was created to allow fans to enjoy their favorite Cubs games, but also to make sure that they are not missing any key moments.
“We wanted to provide fans with a way to be able to watch all the games from their phone without having to leave their comfort zone,” the Cubs said in a statement.
The Cubs announced that they had created the mobile app, which has since been downloaded nearly 400,000 times, in partnership with The Next Web. “
While the mobile emulator is currently not available for all teams, we look forward to adding more options to allow for more customization.”
The Cubs announced that they had created the mobile app, which has since been downloaded nearly 400,000 times, in partnership with The Next Web.
It has also been downloaded more than 10 million times on the app store, which is owned by Google.
The app will be free to download, and users will be able add their own content to the app and use the game replay feature.
The Cubs have a history of supporting mobile devices, and have made use of this platform in the past.
In 2014, the team announced that it would begin testing a new mobile app to allow people to watch their favorite team games on the go, and the app has since become a popular destination for Cubs fans.