Simple Bracket helps you track March Madness 2013

Simple Bracket is an iPhone app by Studio Neat for filling in brackets for March Madness and competing with your friends and family. What makes Simple Bracket special is it's easy-to-use interface and sophisticated scoring system.

The folks at Studio Neat partnered up with mathematician Dr. Ted Gooley, to implement what they claim to be the "most statically sound bracket scoring method available today." Simple bracket also awards achievements and badges for certain outcomes, like winning a game by a buzzer beater.

Unfortunately, Simple Bracket requires a Twitter account to use, but if you're ok with that and a big March Madness fan, you should pick this one up!

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Leanna Lofte

Former app and photography editor at iMore, Leanna has since moved on to other endeavors. Mother, wife, mathamagician, even though she no longer writes for iMore you can still follow her on Twitter @llofte.

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Simple Bracket helps you track March Madness 2013


This is application is amazing. Great UI and amazingly informative; however, I don't really care for march madness. Maybe I'm the only one. :(

Great app. Fast and simple and love that it keeps track of your wins and achievements so seamlessly.
Not a big fan is the twitter-only login though. For as little as I share on Facebook, this might actually be something that would benefit from Facebook integration to compete with friends/join pools etc.
Oh well.

I'm not a huge March Madness fan, but it's fun to get involved in the hype and fill out a couple brackets just for the fun of it. Simple Bracket looks like a great minimalist app that gets the job done. Looking forward to downloading it later and hope it's fast and smooth.

This is exactly what My buddies and I were looking for. Now we can all keep track of our respected branches. Hopefully there won't be any whining when the losers have to pay up.