March Madness is here! If you're a die-hard fan or a casual watcher, here are some free apps, for both iOS and Android, that you'll need. Keep up to date, get notifications, hear some in-depth analysis, make some bets, and more on the 8 apps we've listed below!
You may not have time to keep up to date with all sixty-seven March Madness games, but this app makes it all a little easier by telling you when the games are heating up. By rating games on a scale of 1-100, Thuuz gives sports fans get a heads-up on the most head turning games. Besides this, the app is great at adjusts for real-time action. It can tell fans when a underdog is posed to take a fantastic upset based on the real-time events. The app isn’t just limited to March Madness so you can keep this one on your phone all year round.
Can’t have the TV on at the office? No worries, the TuneIn Radio app will help you get your fill of the madness by streaming local stations. Get your work done and plug into the app to get the play-by-play without losing focus. Even though you can’t see all the action, you won’t have to miss out on the NCAA games. (Bonus: If you have your Rowkin earbuds in, you'll have an easier time blocking out all the chatter and hiding the fact that you're tuned in to the game.)
Whether you’re itching to watch it live or need some in-depth analysis post game, this app can cover it all. While the CBS Sports app does cover all major sports, the app is also excellent at coverage of college basketball. Get breaking news, expert picks, and all the basketball content you could want right on your phone or tablet.
If you think you know who’s taking home the big win for March Madness, this app might be for you. Popular among basketball fans, Bracket The Madness lets people create their own pools which can then be shared on Facebook. A plus side is that the app updates live so you can keep track of your brackets right on the app.
Bracket The Madness is available for free on Google Play.
Want mobile access to all the stations that might be covering the March Madness. Don’t worry, you can watch the madness live on the NCAA’s official app. While the app is free, you will have to login and provide your cable provider information to access all the channels. Some app highlights are the various available historical highlights, behind-the-scenes videos and up to date notifications on scores!
If you’re feeling really lucky this March and think you can put your money where you mouth is, check out the Sports Betting app. If you want to bet the odds on individual March Madness match-ups, Sports Betting helps provide information on the money line, point spread, and total points. The Sports Betting app also allows the average basketball fan to see how much they could win, by simply tapping on some of the figures.
Unfortunately, while ESPN typically doesn’t broadcast any of the NCAA games in full, you’ll still get your share of highlights and daily news from some experts. If you’re looking to watch all of the channels available on the app, you’ll need your cable company log-in.
TheScore is a great go-to app for any fan, while it covers all sports, when NCAA rolls around, the app is a must-have. The app allows you to easily track your favorite team’s progress through the field of 64. The app is also customizable so you can get updates on all the events that are most important to you.
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