"With LiveScore for iPhone you will know about every goal, yellow card, red card, substitution, you name it, seconds after they happen."
LiveScore is a fantastic, free app for iPhone or iPod touch that provides real time scores from many sporting events around the world including tennis, hockey, and cricket; with a particular emphasis on soccer scores (or, more properly, football scores to those of us outside the U.S.). If you're deeply invested in a certain league or a specific game but can't be there to watch it unfold, LiveScore is the best way to follow along, right on your iPhone, from where ever you may be.
The LiveScore app for iPhone (and iPad, it's universal) comes directly from LiveScore Ltd., the inventors of real-time sports data delivery, and owners of the no.1 ranked football / soccer web site globally. That means they know what they're doing, and you can trust them to do it well.
There are no push notifications, which is a shame. LiveScore does auto-refresh when open, however, and it's fast. Very fast. You get the scores you want, as they happen, with nothing to get in your way or unnecessarily complicate the experience.
There are country restrictions and, as I mentioned at the beginning, LiveScore is free and the developer says it will stay that way. (Although they do promise additional features in the future will be available via in-app purchase.
- Every soccer (football) match in the UK league is covered along with most other countries.
- Also includes scores for other sports if you follow more than soccer.
- No push notifications.
The bottom line
With LiveScore you will know about goals, yellow cards, red cards, substitutions, you name it, seconds after they happen.
Free - Download
We may earn a commission for purchases using our links. Learn more.
Gmail Dark Mode rollout finally complete on iPhone and iPad
Google has officially released Dark Mode support for Gmail on both the iPhone and iPad on iOS 13.
This is how to check if a used iPhone or iPad was stolen from Apple
With several Apple stores looted and their display devices stolen, make sure you know how to spot if a device was stolen from Apple.
No, this mockup isn’t the iPhone 13
There's a 3D-printed mockup doing the rounds and people claim it's the iPhone 13. But there are a few problems with that. Starting with the fact it isn't.
Get back on task with these Wunderlist alternatives for iPhone and Mac
Upset Wunderlist is no more? Here are some solutions to get you back on task.