The NCAA men's basketball tournament is upon us and there are more than 60 games to watch.
Good luck watching all of those on TV at all hours of the day and night, and on multiple channels.
But actually now, it's easy!
There are many, many apps you can download but you don't need to. The best of the best is the NCAA March Madness Live App. Oh, and it's FREE!!
The quality, picture and video are phenomenal.
This app has everything you could want in tournament coverage. Not only can you watch every single game live on your tablet or smartphone, but if you miss a game, watch the highlights.
You can also keep track of your bracket, track close games, see who is in overtime, follow multiple teams and get push notifications.
You can chime in on social media during the games and trash talk with other fans. You can check out live stats during games or get a quick look at them during the preview.
If you want to watch a game on TV, use the Channel finder.
If you can't watch, you can listen to live radio broadcasts through the app.
The other app I like is called Thuuz. It's not as pretty as NCAA live, but it gets the job done. Follow your favorite teams and interact on social media.
The company says it uses a combination of algorithmic analysis and media chatter to determine which games you should really be watching.
Here's how it works. Thuuz uses a color and number system to tell users which games are the most exciting to watch.
A score of 85 to 100 indicates a great game, 65 to 84 a good game, 40 to 64 an okay game and you get the idea after that.
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