The best way to track all the action happening in the sports world is with your trusty Android device. It can be nearly impossible to keep track of everything without one. Stay on top of your favorite teams, watch big games, get alerts when crazy stuff is happening, and never miss a play. You’ll find what you need from the sports apps below.
A problem some sports apps suffer from is usability. They have too much information, and it’s poorly organized. theScore has a clean and easy to use experience. Setting up your favorite teams and sports is super easy. Other great features include alerts, a customized stream of news, and player profiles.
Yahoo has quietly made a suite of excellent apps for Android. One of those apps is Yahoo Sports. The look and feel of this app is reminiscent of theScore. It’s very clean and easy to navigate, plus it has all the bells and whistles you’d expect. Get alerts for game times and scores, follow live games, and see all your favorites in one place.
It’s no surprise that ESPN is on this list. They don’t call themselves the “worldwide leader in sports” for nothing. ESPN has consolidated their apps into one main offering. This app provides live scores, breaking news, video highlights, expert analysis, alerts, and much more. It’s everything you would expect from ESPN.
Team Stream is all about providing news about your teams above all else. First, you pick the teams you love, then the app is completely customized to your choices. Breaking news, scores, social media, videos, and more from the people you know, about the teams you love. Team Stream may lack some of the hardcore features, but if you really only care about certain teams it’s great.
CBS Sports is a lot like all the other sports apps we’ve mentioned, but it’s by a different network. The design is clean and easy to use, plus it has all the features you’d want. Stats, scores, tweets, gametrackers, and more. If you’re a fan of the way CBS does sports you’ll like this app.
Thuuz is one app that every sports fan should have in their arsenal. It uses an algorithm to rate all live and upcoming games for the level of enthusiasm. It will also send alerts when a live game is particularly exciting. Thuuz is especially indispensable when a lot of sports are happening at once, like during March Madness.