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march madness

Bring out your competitive side with these March Madness iOS apps

This AppList will help you keep up with the madness of March.

Game On: NCAA March Madness Live Updated For 2014 Tournament And iOS 7

NCAA March Madness Live has just been updated for the 2014 Tournament as well as for iOS 7.

TuneIn Radio Readies Full Coverage Of March Madness 2013

Can't watch March Madness at work? Consider TuneIn Radio.

Are You Ready To Catch March Madness?

It's the most wonderful time of the year for college basketball fans!

The Madness Is Over, And We Have A Winner

Congratulations to Benjamin Breault, the winner of our 2012 March Madness Bracket Pool contest.

Join Us For March Madness And Win Prizes!

This is your invitation to join us for March Madness. Submit a bracket and possibly win an iTunes gift card!

New AppList: March Madness Apps

Maximize your March Madness enjoyment with these apps.

New AppGuide: Basketball Games For The iPhone

March Madness is underway and you may want to start up your own basketball game on your iPhone or iPod touch. There are some fantastic options. We compare the best ones out there in this AppGuide ...

New AppGuide: March Madness Apps

March Madness is upon us! If you’re a college basketball fan, then you’ll want to download an app or two to help you keep track of the action. Watch the games live on your iDevice, or just follow the scores, organize your brackets, and trash-talk with your buddies on the social networks.

March Madness Games Free On iPhone And iPad, But Android Users Are Out Of Luck

Free March Madness coverage of every game will be available exclusively to iOS users, CBS and Time Warner have announced. Android customers aren't so lucky.

Pocket Bracket Offers Some Anger Management For Your March Madness

PocketBracket: 2011 is a March Madness bracket management app that should fulfill all of your college basketball needs for the spring tournament. It doesn't attempt to compete with larger establishments such as ESPN, but it does claim to give a more accessible and personalized experience.