NCAA March Madness: top mobile apps for the tourney
Every March the National Collegiate Athletic Association brings together 68 teams to compete in the NCAA men’s basketball tournament. 68 teams from 10 conferences around the nation go head-to-head starting Tuesday afternoon with the First Four play-in games; the real action though, Round 2, commences Thursday, March 20. Games will be televised across several channels including network station CBS, and cable stations TNT, TBS, and truTV.
But what about the basketball lovers on-the-go? There’s an app for that! Actually, there are several apps for that…Let the madness begin.
ESPN’s Tournament Challenge app is one platform for fanatics that compete in friendly competition against their friends’ brackets. Create a bracket, join others’ brackets, and invite others all in this easy to use app.
CBS Sports app is a platform that will provide the most amount of information in the least amount of time. CBS is the home network of the NCAA tournament, so rest assured that this app will send out the 411 in real time.
NCAA March Madness Live is probably the best app in terms of all-around offerings. By using this app an individual can have viewing access in the palm of their hands of every single game. A subscription to a television cable company is needed to stream all live games on this app. The social aspect of this app will focus on the hashtag #MarchMadness, which can be used to show what social network people are sharing on.
Feedback from consumers to make the apps more user-friendly saw changes like manipulating and checking a bracket is much easier, the social aspect of competing against friends is enticing to most fanatics, and sharing content on social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter make these apps very appealing. All apps are free of charge on their respective platforms.
Arizona Wildcats fans should check out this app
Arizona State Sun Devils fans should check out this app
Watch anywhere, compete against friends, and experience the madness!
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