It’s March and that only means one thing in sports, March Madness. This is that time of year when work productivity drops while everyone is filling out their tournament brackets and following the college scoreboard. We’re here to help you with two essential Android apps that will help make this March Madness more enjoyable. Whether it’s keeping up with your bracket or following the games, we’ve got your covered.
ESPN Bracket Bound 2013
The ESPN Bracket Bound 2013 app brings all that you need to keep up with your bracket and help you make the right choices. There is top stories including game previews, recaps, analysis and highlights. You can add your own team for personalized news and information. There are videos, bracketology section, conference Twitter content, news alerts and more. Soon you’ll also be able to create up to 10 brackets with the ESPN Tournament Challenge. The app is also available for the Kindle Fire as well.
Google Play Store link: ESPN Bracket Bound 2013
Amazon Appstore link: ESPN Bracket Bound 2013
NCAA March Madness Live
Since there are so many games being played and during the day, it is quite likely that you won’t be home or near a TV to watch some of the game. Instead of playing hooky at work you can watch every single game live on your Android device including a tablet with the NCAA March Madness Live app. The only requirement is that you already have a TV subscription to TBS, TNT & truTV which is usually covered under most basic subscriptions services. The app also has game alerts for upsets, overtimes, close games, and your favorite teams. There are the usual social integration like Twitter and Facebook. So now you have to no excuse to missing any games or your favorite college team.
Google Play Store link: NCAA March Madness Live