Most people in this day and age spend a lot of time using their smartphone or tablet. We live in an era where there seems to be an app for everything. From apps that make your day run smoothly, right through to ones that are great for sports fans. With the Android Play Store being a market for thousands of great sporting apps, let’s take a look at a few that really stand out from the pack.
LiveScore, is an app available for free on Android which does exactly what it says on the tin. It provides users with the latest scores and information for a variety of different sports direct to their phone in a very simple way. LiveScore has been around for a decade and in that time they have found that delivering the latest, without the unnecessary frills, it exactly what most users want.
Attending sporting events is hugely important for many fans around the globe, but it’s common for tickets to sell out fast, especially for the most popular. The StubHub app allows who have missed out, to have the chance to buy tickets, and if anyone has bought them and can no longer attend, they’re free to sell them through the app too. StubHub also offers the “Fan Protect” guarantee, meaning that everything is fair and above board.
Sky Sports is a global name in the industry, and it’s no surprise that their app lives up to their great reputation. With the Sky Sports app installed on your Android based device you will literally not miss a thing from the world of sport. There’s breaking news, live scores, fixtures, results and even videos to get stuck into. No matter your sport of choice, the Sky Sports app has you covered.
Ask any horse racing enthusiast around the world and they will have heard of the Racing Post. Starting as a newspaper focusing on the sport, it made a successful move into the online world, and is now delivering for mobile users too. It’s an app packed with all the information you could ever need, be it racing cards, the latest form and results. There’s also a superb tipping section that has helped people become winners numerous times and if you can’t get to TV screen, you can stream live racing action direct from the app. It is a great app for both the novice and experienced racing enthusiasts to choose a potential winner, and then go on to visit an established online bookmaker like Betpoint to place all those winning bets.
WhoScored are quickly establishing themselves as the go to guys for stats in the football world. Stats have become a big part of the sport, with audiences using them to analyse both team and player performances. The WhoScored app has a great live score feature which covers over 10,000 teams, but the icing on the cake is being able to delve deep into the world of stats and player ratings. They also produce interesting articles based on their findings that are a step away from the more generic football pieces we have become accustomed to of late.