March Madness will descend upon college basketball fans around the world as the NCAA Division I men's national tournament is at hand. In 2011, the games were free to watch online, but the NCAA official March Madness Live app now offers access to those same games for $4. Audio for all the games is free, but not for the videos. It's a good deal if you can't stand to miss all the action. There are five other apps we have for you if you're a sports junkie.
This year, the official NCAA app is available on iTunes, and an Android version is supposed to be ready by the time the tournament starts. The app includes audio and video of the games, in game chats, brackets to fill out, and for the iPad only, follow live scores and player stats like team leaders. This is a great choice if your planning on picking up the new iPad for the occasion. Additionally, you can post right to Facebook and Twitter and the My Channels to find out which games are on CBS, TNT, TBS and truTV. Start the slideshow to see the top five sports apps for March Madness. Let us know who your pick is and which apps you'll be using.
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