NFL playoffs are upon us, and football fans are likely getting pretty excited. There are a ton of ways to follow the action on your iPhone or iPad, and we’ve rounded up some of the best iOS apps for making sure you don’t miss a thing.
Even if you're not a big sports guy, we've included some top-notch football games here that just about anybody can enjoy.
Basketball season is starting off today, and fans will want to stay up-to-date with the latest scores and otherwise get into the spirit of things. We've dug through the App Store to see what's big, and though hardcore fans may already be familiar with what's available, there may be a few hidden gems here.
GetGlue's entertainment check-in app for iPad has been dramatically revamped with a particular emphasis on scheduling. Now you can see when your favorite TV shows are on and when your sports team is playing in a simple calendar layout. As a second screen during your viewing, GetGlue for ipad is offering a bunch of contextual information from around the web, including trailers and links to Netflix, iTunes, and Amazon as appropriate. GetGlue is also trying harder than ever to be your guide in discovering new shows you might be interested in based on what you've been watching and what you like.
The Championships at Wimbledon kicked off today, which are sure to keep tennis fans locked-in until July 8. There are plenty of apps for iPhone and iPad to help avid watchers stay glued to the action, and we've got the best ones for you right here.
It's an exciting time for football (soccer) fans, as the Euro 2012 is well underway, leading up to the final match on July 1. There are a bunch of iOS apps available that can help you stay on top of the action on iPhone and iPad, but here are some of our favorites.
UK satellite TV broadcaster Sky has announced that it will be launching a dedicated app for the iPad to compliment its coverage of the 2012 Formula 1 season. Sky has recently secured the rights to show the Formula 1 racing which was previously shown exclusively in the UK on the BBC channels.
There's many ways you can follow the Super Bowl straight from your iPhone or iPad. The New England Patriots go up against the New York Giants and it's sure to be a good show. If you can't be in front of your tv or attend it live in Indianapolis, there's tons of great App Store apps available to keep you up to date.
With their new UltraFit line of sports headphones for iPhone, iPad, iPod and other devices, Polk Audio is really putting their money where their mouth is when it comes to their SecureFit, "stays in place" promise. Rather, they're putting Olympic-calibur athletes on a trampoline smack-dab in the middle of Macworld 2012.
Slacker Radio announced this morning that they have signed a new deal with ESPN that will allow them to stream live sporting events in addition to the ESPN Radio shows already offered. The live coverage will kick off tonight with the BCS Championship title available to all Slacker listeners via the web player. Future live programming will be available to Slacker Radio Plus and Slacker Premium Radio subscribers.