The Best Apps for The Sporting Season

The Best Apps for The Sporting Season

The soccer season is well under way with the Premier League kicking off this week, and sports fans everywhere are looking at ways of keeping up to date with their favorite teams and players. With the wealth of smart phone technology available out there, one way in which we can keep up to date is to download the latest sporting apps. Whether you’re into soccer, baseball, basketball or even the most obscure sport, with these apps, you’ve got it covered this summer.

Sports Yapper

Newly updated at the beginning of August, the all new Sports Yapper app is great for airing your opinions before, during and after your favorite sports games. Rather than taking to Twitter to bare your soul to the world, you can discuss your best and worst moments with just those who are dedicated to sport, and perhaps engage in a little bit of healthy debate in the process.

Sun + Goals

The Premier League is one of the most exciting soccer tournaments to take place each year, seeing world class talent from around the globe take to the greens of the United Kingdom. With this handy little app, you can relive every beautiful scoring moment from the upcoming league, which will not only show you highlights of each game but will also keep you posted with the latest news.

Coral’s Betting App

If there’s one way of making sports more exciting, it’s to place a bet on your most trusted teams and players. With the Coral betting app, this process is made simple – here is how it works: you simply have to register to gain a free bet, and then you will be guided through the process of analyzing each team’s performance and looking at their odds. The app is also up-to-date with news and changing conditions which may affect odds, so you’re never out of the loop when it comes to making the most of your favorite sports.

ESPN Sports Center

Where else can you find video highlights, breaking news and in-depth game analysis? The ESPN Sports Center app provides an update to the previously popular ScoreCenter App and gives users live scores and updates. What’s more, you can also program the app to give you personalized updates, so if you’re more into your Colorado Rockies baseball than your Miami Heat basketball, this app will provide you with everything you need.

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