The Top Sporting Apps On Mobile Technology
Working when your favourite sport is on is a right killer, but thanks to the iPhone, Android devices and 21st century tech you can still keep up to date with everything that happens with just a few clicks. Apps, since their introduction a few years ago, have completely revolutionised how people use their phones – and now the developers have got their teeth into app-making we’re seeing some incredible apps for sports lovers all around the world.
Here are some of the best for all you sport-mad fans.
Sky Sports App
Whether you love football, F1 or tennis, the Sky Sports app will keep you updated whether you’re on the train or at work. You will feel like you’re part of the Soccer Saturday team with the fantastic, up-to-date news and easy to use interface.
Best of all, it’s free!
Golfshot: Golf GPS
Okay, so this app does cost a fairly hefty $29.99, but if you’re a keen golfer then it’s an ideal partner for your days on the course. The app features 40 professionally-sorted targets per hole and boasts a respectable 35,000 courses with yardage and helpful tips.
This definitely takes golf to the next level.
Race Fan Ultimate
An app for a motoring enthusiast has got to be a good thing – especially if you’re at the track. Keeping up with who’s leading and any breaking news is difficult, so with this lovely Race Fan Ultimate app you can stay in the loop when you’re getting your adrenaline fix.
iSolunar Hunting and Fishing Times
Fishing is an extremely popular past-time across the world, and while it may not necessarily be a sport, it’s still a demanding and difficult endeavour – but don’t worry, there’s an app for that. The helpful iSolunar Hunting and Fishing Times app is your go-to app for all things fishing.
You’d be daft to go fishing without it.
Being able to watch one of your favourite sports channels while you’re out is brilliant, so by downloading WatchESPN you can ensure you’re never more than just a few clicks from watching ESPN on the move.
ESPN even gives it you for free, so what are you waiting for?
Sports games on mobile technology have improved drastically in recent years; a point proven by the tennis game from TouchSports. With excellent graphics, decent game play and lovely colours, the TouchSports Tennis app is a must have for the train or for whenever you’re bored.
Tiger Woods PGA Tour ‘12
Tiger Woods may have had bad times these past few years but he still knows how to create a brilliant golf game. This is an absolute must for any golf fan, as with EA Sports developing the game you’re assured of a brilliant interface which should keep you entertained for a few hours.
Ray Lewis Workouts
Ever wanted to look like the beast that is Ray Lewis? Well, while he may be huge, he is willing to share some of his tips with his handy app. Don’t be fooled though, because this app won’t make you massive; you will have to put in some of the work yourself.
What more do you want for a few pence?
Thank you to Alfie Davenport who works in the technology department at Ladbrokes Games for providing this apps list. What are your favourite sporting apps? Let us know!