brice johnson unc 2016
North Carolina fans, or college basketball nuts, can watch every NCAA Tournament game using the NCAA March Madness app. Getty Images

You filled out three brackets, each loaded with upset picks, but watching all the games and your bracket unfold is quite difficult unless you're on a barstool or skipping out on work after lunch.

Well, there's an app for that.

Instead, the best way to stay up to date on the 2016 NCAA men’s basketball tournament, better known as March Madness, is to download the Turner Sports-run application NCAA March Madness to your phone or tablet through iTunes or Google Play.

The app is loaded with cool features, but most importantly it allows basketball fanatics and “bracketologists” the ability to watch every single tournament game no matter the time or place.

Including Tuesday and Wednesday night’s First Four matchups, app users can add NCAA March Madness to their phone or tablet wireless and proceed to sneak a peek at each round’s action leading up to the Final Four in Houston next month.

The app also makes it much easier to watch multiple games at once. Four different channels, CBS, TBS, TNT, and TruTV, will be airing games throughout the tournament but most viewers won’t be able to catch multiple games on their television screens or even their work desktops.

Instead, flip your TV to your the game you’d most like to watch and then monitor your upset picks on your phone or tablet via the app. It will be especially helpful for the first two days of the tournament, Thursday and Friday, when 32 games are scheduled to place with as many as three or four running at the same time.

App users can also watch replays of buzzer-beating game-winners, full-game highlights, or special vignettes on former and current star tournament players.