The Rugby World Cup 2015 started this past week in England and if you are a big fan of the game, the official Rugby World Cup 2015 app for Android is a must have app for your phone or tablet. Not only does it provide you with the latest scores from each match but it will give you the times of the matches in your local time zone and you can stream audio from the matches on your devices. It’s a great app that is easy to use and gives you news and other information about this year’s tournament.
The NCAA March Madness Live app for Windows Phone and for Windows PC has been update for the upcoming 2015 tournament along with a load of other features. The app, which will allow you to watch every game of the tournament through logging in with your television provider. Regardless of if the game is on TBS, CBS (which doesn’t require a login), TNT or truTV, you can stream every game and watch every buzzer beater, upset and Cinderella story this year. The update, version 188.8.131.52 for those keeping score at home, also brings a refreshed user experience along with the new features.
If you have read this blog or followed me on Twitter for any amount of time, you know that I’m a huge Formula One fan. I started watching F1 in the mid-80s and my passion for the sport is as strong as ever. My team is Williams-Martini Racing and I have a particular fondness for Finnish drivers (they have insane car control) of which one of the two in F1 these days, Valtteri Bottas, is a Williams pilot. The season is less than two weeks away and I cannot wait (and to be fair, I can’t wait for baseball to start either. Go Rockies!)
While there is no official F1 app for Windows Phone, there are several good ones in the Windows Phone Store. I have found though that one of the best for news, information and features about the sport, ESPNF1 is the must-have app. ESPNF1 is, as the name suggests, developed by ESPN who have a some great sports apps in the Store, and it provides you will the latest news about the goings-on in F1, video features, track information and current Driver and Constructor standings. It is one of the most comprehensive F1 apps available with only a few areas of improvement that would complete it.