2.0.0 version of the app launches today to support Android devices.
Not at home but gotta watch the NCAA basketball tournament? The NCAA and Turner Sports have released the updated NCAA March Madness Live app that will get the games streaming to your tablet or mobile phone — for free. The only caveat is you’ll need to have a paid TV service plan that includes TBS, TNT and truTV to stream all 67 games of the tournament (with the exception of live games on CBS which don’t require a paid subscription). The app includes a “Select Your TV Provider” section where you can enter your zip code and TV provider, and see which channels the games are on.
The updated app is available for Apple iPads, iPhones with Apple iOS 5.0 or later, as well as for devices using Android 2.2 or later. Among the most useful features the app lets you follow the tournament bracket, fill out your bracket, check schedules and scores, set game alerts, track social activity, and listen to live radio broadcasts. The newly designed version of the app (3.0 for iOS/2.0.0 for Android) also supports horizontal and vertical views on your device.
The Apple iOS app is available on iTunes (42MB), while the Android version is available on Google Play (14MB).