LiveScore

LiveScore

What’s your favorite sport – soccer, basketball, tennis, hockey or maybe even cricket? No matter which of these five you like the most, you must know the latest scores and especially how your favorite team did. But how do you do this if you are on the go? It’s simple – download and then use the free LiveScore Android application.

LiveScore will not treat you with any fancy graphics or features as it is a simple app that shows the latest hockey, soccer, basketball, cricket and tennis scores in real time. Just run it and LiveScore will present you with a screen where you can choose the sport you are interested in and then see the result you want to know. You can see the score of a game, which was recently played or is on-going, which is really nice. Then there’s a button that allows you to adjust the few simple options of this app and this is it – plain, simple, quick and free so what is there not to like about LiveScore?

There’s one question that remains, though – given that LiveScore likely needs Internet access to get the latest results, then why not check the LiveScore web page and see the information you need there instead of running this application? We could not give a clear answer but then again if you use the application you will not have to run your web browser and then enter the web address of LiveScore, which is still something.

The free LiveScore Android app is here on Google Play.

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