The Final Four will be happening this Saturday, April 6, at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. Whether you’ll be watching the games from home, or you’ll be visiting Georgia to see Louisville duke it out with Wichita or Michigan battle it out with Syracuse, you won’t want to miss any moment. These four apps will be essential to keep you on top of the games.
1.The NCAA March Madness Live App Will Give You the “Best Viewing Experience”
The NCAA March Madness Live app will give you access to both radio streams and social features, although you’ll need to pay $3.99 in order to live-stream any of the games to your iPhone, iPad or Android device. If you’re looking for the “best viewing experience,” be sure to check the game out on your Galaxy S, Galaxy Note, Droid Charge, Droid Razr or the Galaxy Nexus. You can download the NCAA March Madness Live app for iOS and Android.
2. Twitter + Vine = A March Madness Fan’s Dream Come True
The @marchmadness Twitter feed has been taking over Twitter since Sunday so that its hardcore followers are up to date on the live highlights throughout the NCAA tournament. Using Vine, a brand new Twitter-owned app that lets users take six-second videos, the NCAA is posting highlights and the best plays from March Madness games. Essentially, you can follow the best plays and the biggest March Madness stories in short, six second, videos instantly from your phone. And, most importantly, it’s free.
However, last weekend, the @MarchMaddness account was criticized over the Kevin Ware incident. Right after Kevin Ware was injured during the Cardinals’ Elite Eight Game, a link was posted that replayed the gruesome injury. Shortly after, the link was removed from the official NCAA Twitter feed. If you follow 2013 NCAA March Madness Men’s Basketball on Twitter, you won’t miss any updates on the NCAA March Madness.
Wishing Kevin Ware a speedy recovery.There are things more important than #MarchMadness and the well-being of the students is first.
— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 31, 2013
You can follow @MarchMadness on Twitter and Vine for constant updates on the NCAA tournament.
3. The NCAA Final Four Atlanta App Presented by AT&T
AT&T’s NCAA FInal Four Atlanta App will include AT&T Fanzone, Coke Zero Insider’s Guide, merchandise locations and social streaming so fans can engage during the Final Four Weekend. The official app presented by AT&T will get you pumped up for all of the events happening over the Final Four Weekend in Atlanta. AT&T’s NCAA Final Four Atlanta app is free and will be available on the App Store for both the iPhone and iPod touch or the Google Play Store for Android devices.
4. The NCAA Women’s Final Four App
The 2013 Women’s Final Four app will be your official guide to events, teams, and will help you find restaurants, shops, and team merchandise in the local area for the 2013 D1 Women’s National Championships. You can also view pictures from recent games, stay up-to-date on the latest news from the tournament, and track the score live from the app. You can download the NCAA Women’s Final Four App here.