10 iOS And Android Apps To Improve Your Sports Performance

iOS And Android Apps To Improve Your Sports Performance
There's an app for everything these days, and sports are no different. If you're looking for an easy way to follow your favourite teams, there's plenty of apps that you can download and customize to your heart's content. Here are 10 of the best apps out there, to get you started.
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1. The Score

Many people consider this to be the sports app that every fan needs to have on their phone. You can follow any sport you like, even including NASCAR if that's your thing. Once you've found the sport you follow, you can start looking for the teams you follow. You can even follow individual players, if you want to see how they're performing this season. Customize this app just the way you want it, so you get notifications on what you want to know.

2. Team Stream

The problem with trying to follow your favourite team online is that there's so many different sources reporting on them at once. How can you keep up with it all? "The joy of Team Stream is that it follows all these sources for you" says sports writer Daniel Ball from Revieweal. "It collects it all together for you, and sends you a stream of all the important updates and highlights."

3. 365 Scores

When you're out and about, it can be hard to keep up with the latest scores from your favourite teams. That's where this app comes in. It covers ten different sports, including football, rugby, and handball. It'll send score updates to you in real time, and even let you watch replays of goals five minutes after they've happened. It's the best way to stay informed when you're on the move.

4. Thuuz Sports

The problem with being a sports fan is that you never know where a match is being shown. Is it on TV? Online? in a nearby sports bar? This app has all the answers for you. Look up an upcoming match on it, and it'll tell you exactly where it's being shown. It takes all the work out of finding the broadcast for you!

5. ESPN

This app is considered to be one of the apps out there, thanks to the cable network's extensive coverage. "You can customize this app to show you results from the teams you're interested in" says sports reporter Lydia Andrews from Top Canadian Writers. "Because the data is coming directly from ESPN, you know that it's going to be accurate, too."

6. NHL

If you're a hockey fan, this is the app for you. In the past, many teams has their own apps. This was fine, but if you followed multiple teams it got busy, quickly. That's why the NHL consolidated them all into one app. You can follow all your teams for free, or upgrade to a paid account in order to get in game highlights and clips, too.

7. NFL

Speaking of specialised apps, if you follow NFL teams, this is the app you want to be using. You'll get all the info right from the horse's mouth, so to speak. It's especially a good idea to try it if you're a Verizon customer. If you are, you'll get special features such as exclusive live content. It's a great way of getting more for your money if you're a customer of theirs.

8. MLB.com At Bat

If you're a baseball fan, then this app is the one that you want to check out. Like most other apps, you can follow your favourite teams or players, to see how they're performing this season. You can also upgrade to a paid account, which works out at $19.99 per year. This gives you exclusive streams of games, as well as pitch by pitch features.

9. StubHub

Following your favourite teams online is very well and good, but what if you want to actually go see and see it in person? This app is what you need. Marathon runner and sports fan Gary Davies from UK Services Reviews says, "It's a great way to buy and sell tickets to games in your local area. You can pick up last minute bargains using the app, or sell on tickets to games you can no longer attend."

10. FIFA Official App

This app is for the football fans, from the official governing body. That means that you can follow any team you can think of, as well as any competition they host. With the World Cup coming up, it'll be the perfect way to follow all of the action no matter where you are.

All these apps are designed to keep you in the loop with your favourite teams. Pick the right app for you, and you'll have the results whenever you want them. Give them a try for yourself!

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Rachel Summers is a social media manager, working with companies that are both large and small start ups. This includes Student Writing Services, an academic writing service that works for students. She also advises new businesses on social media strategy to give them the best start. Check out her blog.
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