Featured: Top 10 Formula One Apps For Android - March 2016

For those interested in Formula One racing, it is only a matter of weeks now until the new campaign begins. Starting in Australia, the F1 circuit will make its way across the globe race after race. With so many races occurring in different time zones, it can be difficult to keep up to date on everything that is going on. Luckily, there are a number of Android apps which can help to make sure you never miss out on any of the action. Below are ten F1 apps for Android that are currently worth checking out.

Official F1 App

Kicking off today's list is the official F1 app. If you are looking for an app which is designed to ensure you are kept up to date on all the official happenings during this year's campaign, then this app will do just that. Being an official app, you can also rest assured the 2016 update has already arrived.

Freader1 - Formula Racing News

For those looking for a more unofficial way to keep up to date then Freader1 is worth checking out. While the UI is not as pretty as that offered by the official app, this one likely will help you find those additional news stories, videos and coverage that you might not find with the official app.

Race Calendar 2016

If you are not so interested in keeping up to date with every news piece which comes through, then Race Calendar 2016 might be the answer. This is a straightforward app which look to make sure you have the fundamentals covered - the race schedule and the podium results.

Team Formula

Team Formula is basically the same sort of app as Race Calendar 2016 and will provide you with all the race scheduling as well as the results. However, the UI does seem to be a little nicer with this one and there are a few additional features thrown in for good measure.

F1 Challenge

For those looking for a bit more action in-between races, then F1 Challenge could be worth a download. Not much explaining is needed here, this is a game which lets you compete in more than 90 races and this is an officially licensed game, so you can expect all your favorite tracks and personalities to be involved.

F1 Racing Car Wallpaper

For those looking to keep their phone sporting Formula 1 imagery during this year's campaign then F1 Racing Car Wallpaper does come with a nice selection of images to choose from.

FOX Sports Mobile

For those looking to keep up to date with the circuit happenings as they happen, then you can tune in to the FOX Sports app. This app will be providing coverage and news as it happens and throughout all the races.

Formula Calendar 2016

A large number of the apps available on the Play Store are designed to keep you up to date with the main races and Formula Calendar 2016 is another option worth considering. This one provides all the race details, weather forecasts for the race locations, as well as notifications pushed through to your device.


Likewise, for anyone who already makes use of ESPN, then this is also a good source to find your daily dose of F1 news. Of course, one of the added benefits of the ESPN app is that you can also keep up to date with other sports as well.

BBC Sport

Closing out the list today is the BBC Sport app. Wherever you are based, this is a good app for those looking for comprehensive coverage of Formula 1 as well as many other sports. This is another app which can also keep you up to date with dedicated F1 push notifications, so just having the app installed and notifications turned on, will be all you need to stay in the loop in 2016.

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