Top Sport Apps in the market

Top Sport Apps in the market

With modern technology, everything has an equivalent mobile app available for everyone. Common examples would be the mobile version of Merriam – Webster Dictionary and Evernote, which is a mobile version of a notebook. We even have tons of interactive cookbook apps that can be downloaded via Playstore and Appstore. And because of this, is it any wonder that, with the onset of this technology, sports fanatics not want to have their own sports app? After all, sports have the ability to excite, inspire and cross all boundaries. Not to mention, sports fans are known to be zealous beings who would follow their teams and players to almost everywhere.

The best mobile phones in the market are best used with mobile apps to tinker with, so what mobile apps can true blue sports fanatics download? Which ones can keep tabs with the scores, news and other stuff about their teams and favorite player? Here are the best sports app out in the market for every kind of fan.

ScoreMobile

ScoreMobile provides a quick, discreet way to check in on the action. Better yet, you can set real-time alerts to be sent to you. The app also does far more than relay scores. You can follow teams and players, view stats, read stories, and watch video clips. This app is an ideal sports sidekick for when you’re on the go. Best thing about it is it’s free.

ESPN Radio

This radio app offers live streams from more than 15 ESPN Radio stations across the country, including live college football broadcasts.

WatchESPN

This app allows you to stream live feeds from ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, and ESPNU. You need to get an internet service provider that offer access to live video plus have ESPN as part of your television package in order to enjoy this application but it is totally worth it especially if you like watching SportsCenter.

ESPN Scorecenter

This free app lets you follow whichever sports you like and puts your favorite teams on top. However, for serious fans they might want something more refined.

Sportacular

Sportacular includes more options and information, including customized, real-time “push” notifications. This app has a free and Pro version, costs $1.99.

Team Stream

Team Stream by Bleacher Report allows you to follow selected news and coverage of your favorite teams, as it breaks out across the Web. You can also set push notifications to get news immediately. In addition, you can browse current articles and archive from Bleacher Report.

Yahoo! Fantasy Sports

If you’re a fantasy league enthusiast, this is the perfect app for you. Yahoo! Fantasy Football & More allows users to play fantasy basketball, baseball, football and hockey on one platform. It also includes a swarm of other great features, including the ability to manage your roster, join in mock drafts, and ask the assistance of Rotoworld and Yahoo expert analysis when you create your lineup.

NBA League Pass

With NBA League Pass, you can view every game around the league at the tap of a button. The app also allows you to access the latest scores, statistics and video highlights.

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