March Madness, kicked off in earnest last week and will be going strong for the next few weeks.
How do you keep up with all the games — let alone watch them all? Here are some helpful apps to help you cope with all the madness.
NCAA March Madness Live—If you want to watch the tournament from your smartphone or tablet, you can do so with this app. Its free to download and lets you watch games shown on CBS at no charge. The app also lets users watch recaps of all the games and keep brackets (Android, iOS).
ESPN Bracket Bound 2013 is a good choice for users whose main concern is their brackets. The app lets users create up to 10 bracketsthat they can use to compete with their friends and families. Bracket Bound2013 also provides users with news stories, video analysis and game stats (Android, iOS).
STATSHEET has you covered for every game of the tournament. Its College Basketball app leverages STATSHEET’s advanced technology and database of over two billion statistics to give you unique insights and proprietary metrics,including team power rankings and individual player rankings and grades. STATSHEET offers the full roster for every NCAA basketball team and full, sortable player stats. (Android, iOS)