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NCAA March Madness Live app launches for iOS, Android coming soon

If you can’t be in front of your TV this year for March Madness you might want to check out the new app for Apple devices. The app itself is free, but you can upgrade to watch all 67 games of the NCAA March Madness tournament on your PC, iPhone, iPad, and soon selected Android devices. You can also keep track of scores, schedules, and the tournament bracket. Another exciting feature is the ability to listen to live radio coverage. And, for you socialites, you can post updates on the games to Facebook and Twitter. The app costs $3.99 (a one-time charge) and is available in the Apple App Store via iTunes or your Apple device, or the Android Marketplace. If you still happen to have last year’s app installed you’ll need to download the new one. NCAA didn’t give an exact date when the app will be available for Android but indicated it would be available “by tournament tip-off.”

Jeff Chabothttps://hd-report.com
Jeff has a background in photography, video and television production. He writes about technology, broadcasting, home theater, and digital entertainment.


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