5 Best Apps For Cricket Fans


Back in the day, if you wanted to check the sports scores, you’d have to get your hands on a newspaper or watch it on the news. These days, with faster internet and smartphones, you can ensure that you’ll always stay up to date with the latest news, scores, and information on upcoming games.

So, if you’re a fan of cricket, which is one of the most popular sports in countries like India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh (just to name a few), here are five of the best apps that we’ve found out there that maybe you might want to check out.


Cricbuzz is probably one of the most popular apps when it comes to cricket related news and information. The app offers up features like a live scorecard, a clean and simple to use and navigate interface, and it will also cover a variety of cricket leagues including IPL, PSL, and BBL, so if you need help with today’s IPL bet prediction, you’re covered.

The app also offers text commentary for ongoing live matches, which is handy because if you’re somewhere where you can’t put on a pair of headphones or listen to the matches using your phone’s speakers, the text commentary will help ensure that you are able to follow the game play by play.


Seeing as how ESPN covers almost every sports out there, it really shouldn’t come as a surprise that the company would have an app aimed at cricket fans. It will cover most of the leagues including IPL, BPL, BBL, CPL, Cricket world cup, County Championship, Ranji Trophy, and Sheffield shield.

The app will also deliver ball by ball commentary, updates and alerts for ongoing matches and breaking news, videos, and also a personalized feed that will contain information about the teams and players you follow or are interested in.

Cricket Exchange

If you enjoy fantasy football or basketball, why not fantasy cricket, right? With Cricket Exchange, one of the features of the app is fantasy cricket where you can put together your dream team and see how they perform.

As with pretty much most cricket apps, Cricket Exchange will also offer up similar game tracking features where you can get the scores of live matches, read up on match highlights, check out team and player profiles, get the latest on cricket news, and so on.


If you’d rather not just check on the scores or read the ball by ball commentary, then CricHeroes could be the app for you. This is because the app actually offers a live stream feature so that you actually get to watch your favorite teams play even when you’re out and about.

It’s also a pretty fun app because it comes with mini quizzes and polls so you can test your knowledge about the game. There’s even a marketplace where you can trade cricket-related items, so if you’re looking for that signed uniform, posters, and so on, there is a place for it.

ICC Cricket

Last but not least is ICC Cricket. This is the actual official app created by the International Cricket Council. If you prefer official apps, then it doesn’t really get any more official than this. Similar to other cricket apps, it offers all the latest scores on ongoing games, as well as videos highlighting some of the best moments.

It also lets users explore past ICC events, watch interviews, check on player rankings, and the live match center ensures that no matter where you are, as long as you have an active internet connection, you’ll be able to stay up to date on the latest cricket news, games, and scores.

Tyler Lee
A graphic novelist wannabe. Amateur chef. Mechanical keyboard enthusiast. Writer of tech with over a decade of experience. Juggles between using a Mac and Windows PC, switches between iOS and Android, believes in the best of both worlds.

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