Top Sports Apps For Mobiles

Top Sports Apps For Mobiles

There's never been a better time to be into sports. Games from every league, country and sport are being broadcast across the world, the twenty-four hour news cycle has moved into the world of sport offering non-stop information for sports lovers, and the spread of smartphones has meant that all manner of sports providers and sports-focused companies are offering apps left, right and centre. 

If you want to take advantage of these excellent apps, here are some favorites you can download right away!

Yahoo Sports
Available for free or paid, Yahoo Sports, created by Citzen Sports (whose co-founder, Jeff Ma is a member of the MIT Blackjack team) allows users to pull all manner of scores, news and standings from the world of sports, and also lets fans set up subscriptions and alerts so they'll never miss out on team news or announcements.

Fantasy Monster Pro
If you're a fan of fantasy football, hockey, basketball or baseball, managing all of those different teams and leagues can be quite a task, especially if you've got them spread over different game providers. Fantasy Monster Pro allows gamer to keep track of their fantasy lineups in one easy place, bringing together Yahoo, ESPN and NFL fantasy leagues into one go-to app.

We all love to place a little wager on our favorite teams, but navigating the endless sheets can be a headache at the best of times. The Coral mobile app puts all of the sports fixtures and bets into one place whilst offering news, punditry, live betting and more. You'll wonder how you ever enjoyed betting without it!

A free app where you can live stream a host of live sports? It sounds too good to be true, but WatchESPN does just that, offering users access to live games, scores and studio shows from ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, ESPNU, SEC Network, SEC Network Plus, ESPNews, ESPN Deports and, finally, the Longhorn Network. That's an enormous amount of sports and yes, it's all free to view!

Run The Map
More of an app for fitness lovers who want to be as far from their armchairs as is physically possible, Run The Map records hiking, running and biking routes, analyzing your performance during each workout and giving you tips on how to improve. Running in the background of your phone, the app is easy, quick and, most importantly, free!

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