Just as it promised, 120 Sports has now made its debut on Google's mobile platform. With today's Android arrival, this MLB- and Time Inc.-backed online network, which hopes to be the internet's ESPN, marks its first expansion outside of iOS and the web since launching last month. In case you're not familiar, 120 Sports offers live sports coverage every day, doing so in two-minute clips which can be enjoyed in real-time or on-demand. The app itself looks and feels pretty smooth, both on iOS and Android, focusing on detailed imagery and content that's easily accessible via a simple tap. "As we go to Android, we're looking to grow our audience base there and continue to expand our programming," 120 Sports President Jason Coyle said to Engadget, adding that he's really excited for what's to come next for the young network.