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March Madness App Updated With Refreshed Look, Ready for the 2015 Tourney

The official NCAA March Madness 2015 app has been updated with a refreshed look for this year’s tourney. The app takes on some of Google’s Material Design, but overall, just looks a lot more modern than in past years.

The app itself isn’t doing much at the moment, but will come Sunday when the brackets are set. Once that happens, you’ll be able to join the official Capitol One March Madness Bracket Challenge, make picks, check scores, learn about all the Cinderellas, find the best storylines, and of course, watch all 67 games live. 

What’s New

  • Updated for the 2015 tournament with a refreshed look and feel.
  • NEW: Satisfy your team fan loyalties, learn about the Cinderellas, and research your bracket with the all-new team pages.
  • NEW: Featured section allows fans to discover the tournament’s best storylines and relive classic March Madness moments.
  • NEW: It’s never been easier to make bracket picks on your phone. Choose between list view for quick picking and bracket view for that timeless look and feel.

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Cheers Josh!
  • Jacob

    Go Tar Heels!

  • redfury

    just wondering, will it be chromecast compatible ?

  • EC8CH

    m/ GO BISON m/

  • BigTimmay

    GO Blackhawks!!

    Oh wait….

    Ya…go chicago blackhawks!!

  • Jonathan Williams

    The Gators most likely won’t be in… Baseball #1!!!! lol

  • enigmaco

    Go Bucks!

  • Disqo Stu

    Remember when it was just $4 to stream the whole tournament? Now you need a cable subscription…

    • FknTwizted

      What is this subscription of cable you speak of?

  • discstu37

    Does anyone plan on using this app to stream the games? I have a 4 TV set up for the first rounds of the tournament to watch every game, but need to run a lot of wires in order for this to happen. I am very leery of casting this app in lieu of my DirecTV feed…

    • FknTwizted

      I can solve that… go to a sports bar. BOOM!

  • Brandal Wagener

    Wow, that looks fantastic! Glad to see more developers taking on material design. Downloading now