It’s every College Basketball fan’s favorite time of the year! March madness, which means about 67 games of college basketball over the course of a couple weeks, which is the NCAA tournament! By now you should all have your brackets in and played the first game and possibly second game in the tournament. We know we are a bit late, but here are top 10 March Madness apps to keep you going when you’re away from your TV or computer. If you find any others, feel free to leave them in the comments down below.
10. College Basketball LWP
Show off your support for your favorite College Basketball team with this live wallpaper app. There are 53 different College teams to choose from. You’ll have to upgrade for $1.99 to get more. This app also allows you to purchase official College Basketball team ringtones, so you can show your support like never before. On a side note “Go Blue!”
9. College Basketball Scoreboard
This app gives you all the scores from all the games, this is one of those apps that are useful all year round, not just during March madness. So you’ll want to keep this in mind for when the season starts back up next fall as well. It also includes schedules, news and scores and so much more. Check it out on the Google Play Store.
8. March Madness Bracket
With this app you are able to create ad edit your bracket along with viewing it. And that’s about all this app does, which isn’t surprising since it’s only 219kb in size. You’ll want to check this one out on Google Play as well.
Here’s another simple app to follow all of March Madness on, to put it simply it’s an app that show the brackets and scores. That’s about it. Nothing more and nothing less. But it’s still a pretty useful app.
6. CBS Sports
Not just for March Madness, CBS Sports shows news, scores, schedules and everything in between for all major sports. Including college, NBA, NFL, MLB, and many more. The user interface is also semi-holo, but it’s not bad looking and I use it all the time on my Nexus 7.
5. Yahoo! Sportacular
I didn’t know Yahoo! still existed. But apparently they do, and so does this app. This is an all round sports app with news, schedules, rosters, scores, and so much more. Similar to the app above, it’s for just about every sport out there.
4. theScore: Sports & Scores
theScore is also another all round sports app. But it has recently been updated for March Madness, and includes an interactive bracket so you can keep track of your team(s) in this years NCAA Tourney. You’ll be able to get full news, scores, schedules, stats and much more from this small-ish app, that weighs in at about 4mb.
3. ScoreCenter for Android
ScoreCenter from ESPN, is probably my favorite sports app out there. Especially since it’s Holo redesign. It brings you everything you need to know plus a ton more. Like many of these other apps, it includes sports news and scores from other leagues like the NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL and so many more.
2. ESPN Bracket Bound 2013
With this ESPN app, you’ll be able to keep track of your Bracket(s) that you created on espn.com. It also shows the top stories from College Basketball, bracketology, news alerts, twitter content and so much more. You’ll definitely want to check this one out.
1. NCAA March Madness Live
So you’re at work and can’t catch the game. Well that won’t stop you. Turner Sports Interactive has put out this app which lets you watch all 67 games on your phone or tablet. I have it on my phone right now and will be watching all the games this way while working to bring you all the latest Android news. It also brings you the brackets, scores for each round and plenty more.