There are a ton of news applications available online, and if you're looking for the best ones to help you follow the sport(s) that you love, well, we're here to help you. We've listed our top 10 favorite applications for following the sport-related news, no matter what sport you're into, really. There are more really great choices available in the Google Play Store, of course, but these are our top picks. So, if you're looking for an app that will keep you informed what's going on in the NFL, NBA, HNL… or perhaps Formula 1, Soccer, or Tennis, well, read on, but before you do, please note that the apps listed down below are not listed in a specific order.
Yahoo Sports, as its name says, is Yahoo's very own app, and in addition to being a really solid sports news app, it's also a live score application. Regular sports news will pop up in the Yahoo Sports app, while you will also be able to find some more in-depth articles here, articles that analyze some matches, editorials, and so on. Yahoo Sports generally covers pretty much every sport you can think of, though some more popular sports have more coverage than others when it comes to news, but that's the case everywhere else as well, basically.
ESPN caters to your news needs a bit differently to Yahoo Sports, as in this app, you will be encouraged to choose your favorite teams in some sports, and then, based on that, you will get news that are related to that team. You can actually do the same for a specific league as well, if you're watching NBA, for example, you can select NBA in order to get filtered news regarding it, so that you don't have to scroll through stuff that you're not interested in. You can access such specific news at any time by navigating to the team / league you follow, as those news will be listed chronologically.
MSN Sports is also one of those multifunctional apps, this app will not only brings you sports news, but you can also use it as your dedicated live score app. Anyhow, in terms of news, you will be getting news from various providers here, as the MSN Sports app picks up news from various news outlets out there, and then filters them in the app. It will pick up news from Fox Sports, CBS Sports, USA Today Sports, Bleacher Reports, ESPN, and many others, while the app is free to use, but it comes with ads.
Similar to MSN Sports, theScore app can also be used as a live score app, next to it being a news app. This app also comes with a wealth of statistics, and videos that you can check out. You can navigate to a specific league in order to get filtered news for that league, and you can even use this app's push notifications feature in order to get breaking news pushed to your device without the need to open the app itself. This app is free to use, but it also comes with ads, similar to MSN Sports.
Bleacher Report is one of the most popular sports-related news websites out there, and the company's app is actually really good. This app can push notifications your way once breaking stories emerge, and you can follow a ton of sports via this application, ranging from NFL and NBA, to various other sports, including football, hockey, and so on. Editorial articles are also available in this application, just in case you'd like to dive in deeper in a specific subject, or something of the sort.
Eurosport is one of the most popular sports channels in Europe, and its official app, in addition to bringing live results and all sorts of other content, it can also serve you as a dedicated sports news app, as over 150 news articles are written daily by Eurosport's journalists. This app features a really clean design, and it brings you news from a ton of sports all around the world. On top of that, you can also find the analysis for various sports inside of this application, while the app is free to use.
BBC Sport, like most other apps on this list, serves as both a live score, and a news app. This app will bring various scores and sports highlights your way, in addition to keeping you up to date as to what's going on in the world of sports. In addition to regular news stories, you'll be able to find in-depth analysis of matches in this application, while you can also set the app to push such info your way whenever available, so that you don't even have to open the app itself. The app is free, but ads are included.
News Republic is an app that managed to become extremely popular over the last couple of years, though this app represents general news, not only ones related to sports. You can, however, use it to follow sports only, and it's a really compelling source of news no matter what you use it for. It picks up news from 2,500 authorized international sources, and the app is quite customizable, while it looks really nice in its default form. The app is free to use, but it comes with ads, and in-app purchases, it doesn't force you to buy anything, though.
90min is an app that focuses on one sport, soccer, and if you're a soccer fan, this is a great source for news, amongst other things. This app will bring you all sorts of soccer-related news, from transfer news, to analysis of upcoming matches, and post-match analysis as well. You can personalize news in this application so that they focus on what you're interested in, in case you'd like to stay up to date with some teams and / or leagues only. This app supports push notifications, and it comes with a live commentary feature as well, in case you'd like to stay up to date as to what's going on the pitch, if you're unable to watch a particular game.
Inoreader is your regular RSS reader app, but it's one of the best RSS reader apps out there. This app got updated a couple of months back, a huge update improved the app immensely, and all you have to do is set up your news sources, and you'll be good to go. This app comes with a dark mode, while it has a ton of customization options, so you can basically make you look any way you like, and you can also adapt its functionality to serve your needs. Inoreader is free to use, and ads will not bother you.