Essential Apps for NCAA March Madness

Only March holds the tournament to end all tournaments for Division 1 Men’s Basketball. 64 teams take the court in a single elimination tournament to determine who the best in the nation is. Fans all over the country put together mock tournament brackets based on their predictions of who will win. Games will be the focus of high stakes gambling, and the talent of future NBA stars will emerge. This is March Madness. You do not want to fall behind on any of the action going on in this tournament. Luckily, there are plenty of apps out there to help keep you on top of things, so you don’t miss out on the madness.

1. NCAA March Madness Live

There are 67 games in the tournament. There is no way you’re going to be able to be in front of a television for all of them. Not to worry, with NCAA March Madness Live, you can watch any game live on mobile devices. These platforms include your computer, Android, or iOS devices. This app does cost $3.99, but that’s a lot better than a $50 – $100 sports package from the cable company isn’t it? Plus, don’t you want to be able to have the game streaming on your desktop background while you’re at work? You don’t have to be internet marketers to know this app is going to be lucrative.

2. PlayUp

With the latest update for iOS, users can select which specific sport content they like and chat live about it. PlayUP also has a brilliant link building strategy with social media. Users can easily send social updates to Facebook or Twitter and also recruit friends to the application. PlayUp has already been ranked in the top ten for sports apps before the tournament.

3. OnSports

OnSports lets you personalize your sports interests on your mobile devices. This app will update users with recent scores and news. This gives you the potential to receive over 100,000 updates each day from the tournament. There is a reason it’s called March Madness. Users can also start discussions and essentially become their own sports caster through the app.

4. FanCake

FanCake is the first breakthrough app to allow users to compete against each other while watching the game. Users will receive medals when a big play happens in a game. There are also opportunities to make a quick prediction of a future play to receive rewards. This app is an addictive and fun way to interact during sporting events.

5. Matchup Mania

NCAA fans love their bracket pools. Bracket pools are a great way to get really into the games and have a lot of fun. With Matchup Mania, users can get into multiple bracket pool groups to get as deep into the tournament as they like. The user who does the best in the bracket pool receives $3,500 and the runner-up receives $500.

So which app will you be downloading? If you know of any other March Madness apps that really catch your eye feel free to share with us.

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