A new Nike+ platform is coming to the US.
The company is making a splash in the sporting goods world by announcing it is making the Nike+ mobile app available to all users worldwide.
In an interview with TechCrunch, Nike CEO Scott Schmitt outlined how the app would allow users to connect with fans and connect with athletes.
“I think that’s a really important thing for us to do,” Schmitt said.
“We want to make sure we’re not missing out on any opportunities that we can build for our fans and athletes.”
The new Nike+.
app is the company’s second attempt at launching an app in the US, following the launch of its own mobile app in April.
The first was for Nike’s own Nike+ service, Nike+, which was available in the Apple App Store and Google Play stores.
The new Nike+, is built around a Nike+ network of more than 100 sports and fitness brands.
Nike+ is launching on Android and iOS devices with a few key differences.
It allows users to choose from a variety of categories including sports, music, apparel, fashion, fashion accessories, fashion-related content and much more.
Users will be able to view sports results and other sports news and stats.
Nike+ users will also be able create events and create events for other users.
The app is free, but the Nike+.
membership will cost $5 a month for 10 users.
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