We want to show you how to watch NCAA college basketball on your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. Since it’s that time of year, NCAA college basketball fans will be pulling out brackets and predicting winners, we want to show you how to watch March Madness on your iPad or iPhone. The only question left is do you know who will win the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament?
This year one exciting new change with the CBS coverage is there streaming Internet video will be available not only on your computer, but also on your iPad through the NCAA March Madness On Demand app.
The universal app also works on the iPhone and iPod touch and will offer the following:
- FREE live video of every game from the new First Round to the Championship game (requires sign-in with a valid email address)
- LIVE video of the bracket selection show on Sunday, MARCH 13
- My Channels – plug in your zip code and TV provider and you’ll see where each game is on across all four networks – TBS, CBS, TNT and truTV
- Official NCAA.com March Madness Bracket Challenge – manage your bracket game from the app. Access your picks and track your progress. Make sure to sign up at ncaa.com/bracket.
- Game Center for iPad – use the app to see in-game highlights, live box scores and team leaders in a single screen. Perfect as a companion to watching the game.
- Comment on the games live with Facebook and Twitter (log-in to your account required)
- Alerts for your favorite teams, tip-off, halftime and more…
- Real-time bracket with match-ups, regions, and scores, plus breaking news coverage
The NCAA Men’s Basketball March Madness Facebook page has links to information, news and games schedules.
The above app offers access to the official NCAA March Madness Bracket Challenge, a fun game where you try to predict who will win each game in the tournament. This is part of what makes the tournament fun. After this Sunday the brackets will be populated with the actual teams. But get the app now to be read to watch the selection show and put your choices into the app to see if you have a future as a college basketball prognosticator.
Below is this year’s highlights video to get you all juiced up for the coming action: