The Right Sports App for Me

Brian Horace General Information 0 Comments

I’m not generally an NBA fan, don’t really follow it as closely as I do college, obviously but I have to say I was pleasantly surprised at how easily it was to follow the playoffs this year. I’d been using apps in years past and finally landed on the CBS Sports App.

I didn’t get to watch many of the game this playoff run so it was nice having up-to-date scores and stats in my back pocket.

It made me, for once, actually enjoy following the finals and so far is the best of the sports news apps I’ve come across. Being able to tailor the filtering of what I see and hear about is also pretty big to me, whether it’s Duke Basketball or following Kyrie in the league I hate having to drill down and find what I need.

To me the key to being a good basketball app is the quickness in which the information is updated. CBS kept me in the loop more so than any other I’ve tried. So far. Being able to be on the road and navigate quickly is sorta paramount when trying to be in the know, especially during games as things move quickly.

If you are looking for an app that keeps you there, in the moment and doesn’t have you fumbling around peep the CBS Sports app on iTunes and the free android sports app as well.

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I’ve been a Duke fan for as long a I can remember, been actively writing about the team since probably 2006 or so, seriously since 2009. I am a homer so expect no less than that. I always welcome suggestions no matter how blunt. I am also a huge music fan, not genre specific and by music fan I mean music snob. Enjoy.