War Eagle is an absolutely essential app for all members of the Auburn Family.
### Please Note! ###
Due to changes in Twitter's API (application programming interface) our twitter feed is no longer in service. We are working on a major overhaul to the app and hope to have an update out soon, which will include 2013 Schedules and Rosters. In the meantime, all news and blog feeds are fully functional.
From time to time, our sources may provide invalid characters in their feeds, which cause problems for our app. We will post known issues here. To correct these issues, simply browse to the settings tab of your app and turn off the offending news or blog source!
Current feeds passing invalid data:
With this app, you can get a "War Eagle", anytime, anywhere, by simply shaking and rotating your device. This may be the coolest feature in any iOS app in history, at least if you're a true "Aub" like we are!!
War Eagle includes football, basketball, and baseball rosters and schedules, available without an internet connection. That's right! You can actually use them on game day at Jordan Hare! No need to buy a program or print out rosters anymore.
Additionally, War Eagle gathers Auburn news from around the web and allows YOU to control (with simple on/off switches) which sources you want information from.
Not only do you get all the Auburn news for the last few weeks from news sources you rely on, you also get info from official Auburn twitter sources, like Coach Chizik and Coach Barbee, without even needing a Twitter account. We've even included tweets from radio talk show hosts like Paul Finebaum.
To top it all off, you get the old school Aubie logo (shortcut for the app) on your iPhone desktop. That's worth the price of admission by itself!!
War Eagle was built by Auburn alumni for the Auburn Family. Enjoy!!
AL.com, Anniston Star, Ledger Enquirer, Montgomery Advertiser, Opelika Auburn News
Auburn Undercover, Bleacher Report, ESPN - SEC, HABOTN, Saturday Down South, The Auburner, The War Eagle Reader, War Blogle, War Eagle Extra, War Eagle Tales
Auburn Sources, Gene Chizik, Tony Barbee, Rod Bramlett, Paul Finebaum, Auburn Rivals, Bo Jackson, Cam Newton, Jason Dufner