With Super Bowl 50 a little over a week away, NBA and NHL seasons in full swing, golf heating up on the other side of the world and baseball gearing up for spring training, now is the perfect time to find the perfect sports apps.
We’ve collected 10 of the best for Android.
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1. Team Stream by Bleacher Report (Free) - Bleacher Report's official app is one of the best ways to stay current on your favorite team. You can pick the teams you love and get push notifications on the biggest news. A cool feature of Team Stream is that it doesn't just include stories from Bleacher Report, but also local newspapers, websites, blogs and Twitter so you can get highly specialized coverage of your team.
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2. theScore (Free) - One of the most popular, and highly rated, sports apps, theScore offers coverage of most major sports and leagues around the world and delivers customizable scores, stats, news, alerts and more. With MyScore you can create a personalized stream of information configured exactly the way you want, even including player updates if you're a fantasy nut.
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3. Sports Feed (Free) - Sports Feed is all about simplicity. It isn't loaded with features, but gives users all the information they need in a personalized feed that is intuitive and easy to navigate. Where other sports apps can get bogged down with the amount of different information thrown around, Sports Feed streamlines everything to make keeping up with sports news on-the-go a breeze.
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4. Thuuz (Free) - Beyond the usual sports updates, Thuuz's selling point is that it rates each live sporting event on a scale of 0-100, so you can easily choose the best game to watch. Personalize it with your favorite teams and you'll always know when an important game is on.
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5. CBS Sports (Free) - Stuck without a way to watch Super Bowl 50? CBS' sports app has you covered, you can live stream the entire game on your phone or tablet. The app also offers the usual slate of updates, personalized notifications plus live video and radio streams.
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6. Yahoo Sports (Free) - Yahoo Sports, like its weather app, comes loaded with features put together in a pleasing design. You can get personalized notifications about your favorite teams, leagues, sports and more ensuring that you'll never miss the start of a game or inside scoop. The app also features stories from experts and renowned bloggers, giving you a more in-depth look at the world of sports.
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7. BBC Sport (Free) - Soccer (sorry, football) fanatics can't go wrong with BBC Sport. It's curated by the BBC's team of sports journalists, so the quality is certain to be high. You can set match alerts for 150 UK football clubs, cricket teams, every Formula 1 race, tennis, golf and more. The app's biggest pull is its in-depth analysis and boatloads of features for European football, but it does have dedicated indexes for other sports as well.
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8. 120 Sports Sick of ESPN? 120 Sports is an alternative to the Bristol behemoth that offers 10 hours of live programming every day that users can watch for free. No subscription needed. You can follow your favorite sports, trending topics, athletes and get personalized notifications. The videos are catalogued as well, giving a huge library of videos available on-demand.
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9. TeamSnap (Free) - TeamSnap is not an app for following your favorite sports, but instead a way to manage your own personal sporting activities. It's an easy way to keep everyone on the same page, and the same schedule. You can sync it with personal and team calendars, track who's coming to each game or practice and even receive real-time game updates with TeamSnap Live.
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10. ESPN (Free) - Talk around ESPN has been dour of late, but the Bristol-based network is still the Worldwide Leader in Sports and it's done a good job of dragging its app into the 21st century the last few years. The app used to be plagued with poor design and even worse performance, but a series of large updates have greatly improved the experience. For anyone that wants to keep up-to-date with their favorite teams and the largest storylines in sports, ESPN is a no-brainer.