By Daniel Mihalyi and Paul SmithThe Sport Bible software will allow people to listen to the sports of the world on the go.
It will be available in beta for users who have the software, and it will be fully launched in 2018.
The new software is part of a wider commitment to improve how people listen and watch sports.
Sport Bible users will have access to a suite of services, including access to streaming live and on demand feeds of sports, live-streamed content, social media content, video and more.
Users can also browse their favourite sports on a large, interactive map.
The maps will be updated with the latest events and highlights, including weather, score and results.
Users will also have the option to create a custom team for their favourite sport, and have access for one year to add more team members to their team.
For the first time, Sports Bible will include a player profile that will let users create profiles for players in their sport, with profiles for all athletes in the sport.
Users also have access on a regular basis to the official social media feeds of the sport, including @TeamSportBible, @SportBiblesOfficial, @BibleSportsOfficial and @BiblesportsOfficial.
They can also post their views and reactions to sporting events on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
The software will also let users share their favourite tweets about the sport on their preferred social media platforms, including Facebook and Twitter.
The new software also offers the option for users to subscribe to Sports Bible via the SportBible App.
The app will also be integrated with the BBC Sport website and the BBC iPlayer.