Brush off your brackets, basketball fans: It's time for March Madness. In honor of this year's NCAA tournament, we've put together a handful of apps to keep you on top of all the upsets, highlights, wins, and losses -- especially for the games played while you're at the office.
In addition to these apps, you can stream games broadcast on CBS through the NCAA's March Madness Live site for free. (Your boss won't mind, right?) Matchups aired on TBS, TNT, and truTV will require that you log in using your cable account's username and password. You can also follow the official NCAA March Madness Facebook and Twitter accounts for the latest news and updates.
Check out the apps below and let us know if you have a favorite.
1. CBS Sports
3. NCAA March Madness Live
4. NCAA Sports
5. TheScore Mobile
Two other apps worth noting include the ESPN Tournament Challenge (iOS and Android) and Yahoo Sports and Tourney Pickem (iOS and Android), though these are most useful if your brackets are logged with them.
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