Rangers SLO sends warning to fans over new app ahead of Killie clash
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Rangers SLO sends warning to fans over new app ahead of Killie clash

Rangers SLO Greg Marshall has sent fans a warning to turn off goal-scoring notifications on the new Rangers app ahead of the clash with Kilmarnock at Ibrox.

Season ticket holders and other Rangers fans will be tuning in to RangersTV this afternoon at 3 pm to watch the crunch Scottish Premiership clash but their viewing could well be spoiled by premature notifications.

There is likely to be a slight delay between the live broadcast and notifications sent live to the app meaning those streaming the match could find out about a goal moments before it happens on their TVs, mobiles or monitors.

Rangers launched the new app this week to a positive response from the Gers support but fans must heed the SLO’s warning if they’re to avoid disappointment with it this afternoon.


“New Rangers App Suggestion: If watching on RTV today maybe best to turn off goal notifications as the steam is always about a minute behind the live-action,” reads the Tweet sent by Marshall.

To do this, fans must open the app and navigate to settings before scrolling down and switching off notifications for “goals”.

Rangers launched the official club app during the week alongside free WiFi around the stadium which will be enjoyed when supporters return to the ground.

Rangers manager Steven Gerrard and his team will face off against Kilmarnock behind-closed-doors with fans tuning in via RangersTV. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

According to director of commercial & marketing James Bisgrove, “the new app represents a further milestone in the digital transformation as we approach our 150th anniversary year” [Rangers].

Rangers have certainly been busy off the field this week with the club also announcing a partnership with a resurgent European giant and a global internet security leader.

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