There may be no sporting event where mobile apps are more essential to fans than March Madness. While most of us are stuck at work, college basketball’s most exciting and action packed moments are happening at an often furious pace. Don’t miss out! Here are the essential March Madness Mobile apps for iPhone, iPad, and Android. Continue Reading >
Once again the Super Bowl is broadcast exclusively by Dial Global Radio Network. Kevin Harlan and Boomer Esiason will call the game joined by sideline reporters Mark Malone, James Lofton, Jim Gray, and Scott Graham. For those who can’t watch the game, or just prefer the radio broadcast, here are some ways to hear SuperBowl 47 via computer, iPhone, iPad, and Android phone.
Follow the NHL this season with the NHL GameCenter 2011-2012 App for iPhone or iPad. The free version of the app will give you scores, schedule, play-by-play, news, stats, standings, photos, player profiles, game alerts, 3D Ice Tracker, and the ability to set your favorite team. Continue Reading >
The Notre Dame Central app for both iPod and iPad has been updated for 2011 and is a must have for every Notre Dame fan. The big difference this season is that all the content, including live video of every Notre Dame Home game, is now free.
Yes, you can get NFL Sunday Ticket without subscribing to DirecTV. Last year, Direct TV (very quietly) gave NFL fans who are unable to get DirecTV at their homes a way to get NFL Sunday Ticket online and on certain mobile devices through NFL Sunday Ticket To Go. This season they’ve also added the ability to get Sunday Ticket via your PlayStation 3!
For years the NCAA & CBS have been providing fans every game in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament live online. This season you can also watch for free on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch with the March Madness On Demand App. This may could be a godsend if your company blocks streaming video or otherwise prevents you from peaking in on the early tournament games.