Announced by the NCAA this week, viewers of the Final Four and National Championship will have the ability to watch the games in virtual reality, thanks to a special app created for owners of the Gear VR by Samsung. At game time, you will open up the app, slap on your headset, then find yourself sitting court side for a perspective that is usually only enjoyed by those with enough money to afford those types of seats. (more…)
Last night, the NCAA unveiled the men’s basketball tournament bracket for 2016, which means it’s time for another DL Bracket Challenge. But before we get there, make sure you take a look at the updated NCAA March Madness app on Android. The app was recently updated to include a redesigned, Material-heavy experience on both phones and (especially) tablets, plus it includes Google Cast support for the first time. And don’t forget that this app is major 🔑 for the fact that it lets you watch every single game on mobile. (more…)
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. (more…)
Google took to its YouTube blog to announce today that NCAA March Madness is now on Google Search and YouTube.
Starting with this year’s tournament, you will be able to watch game highlights, pre and postgame shows, and more through the new NCAA March Madness channel. The channel will be populated with the latest news surrounding the tournament, including clips from shows on TBS, CBS, TNT, and truTV. (more…)
March Madness and the NCAA men’s basketball tournament kick off this week, which you already knew since you joined the DL NCAA Bracket Challenge. But, you may not know exactly how you should be following all of the action. Don’t worry, just like last year, we have you covered with a list of the best apps that will let you track brackets, see the latest news and scores, and even watch games live.
From ESPN to CBS to Yahoo, all of the best apps can be found below. If there are three apps that I could recommend, it would be the first three on the lists. One lets you watch live games, another will help you keep track of your bracket in the DL Challenge, and a third is a must-have for sports scores. (more…)
The Windows Phone blogs have made it their goal to advance as many of their phones into Laptop Mag’s Smartphone Madness as they possibly can. Since most hadn’t noticed the contest until the last couple of days when we powered the Galaxy Nexus over their unreleased Titan II, their path has been somewhat easy. Today, we do our part in making that journey as difficult as possible (again) by knocking off another Windows Phone. Up next is he Nokia Lumia 710, a phone that you are less likely to see in the wild than an LG Voyager.
Do work, DL community.
If you have read Droid Life for any length of time, you probably know that we are massive sports fanatics. We talk about all of the big events, apps involved with them, and even bring you in-person tours of some. But while the Super Bowl and some other major events are fun to talk about, nothing gets us more excited than the NCAA basketball tournament. March Madness, baby.
So with our NCAA March Madness addiction, we always create a Droid Life group on ESPN’s “Tourney Challenge” and then hand out prizes to the one
lucky person who comes out on top of it all. Last year, we had well over 1,000 entries – let’s try and top that. Time to fill out those brackets! (more…)