Master the Madness with these NCAA tournament Windows Phone apps

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The Madness has officially begun. Last night the 2013 NCAA men’s college basketball tournament seeding was announced, which means thousands of people across the country are printing out brackets and filling them out. But this is the digital age, right? Printing out paper brackets and filling them out with a pen is what the cavemen used to do. We use technology!

Brackets 2013 (Free)

Brackets is a very simple and clean app. It auto updates scores, has live scoring, lie tiles to show how you’re doing, and a page with all your results. The best part is it is completely free.

Tournament Madness (Free)

If you participate in Yahoo Tournament Pick’em this is the app for you. Sign in and track your progress and standings, game scores with up to the minute updates, and support for Second Chance in Tournament Pick’em.

MarchMadness ($1.99)

Track all the latest news in the tournament with MarchMadness. Check all the scores for the day, get predictions on who will win each matchup, and watch the progress of the tourney as it happens. MarchMadness also has support for the women’s tournament.

MobileMadness (Free)

This app is dead simple. As the description says, it provides “brackets, live scores, and final scores.” It is free and very easy to use.

ESPN ScoreCenter (Free)

If you don’t care about filling out a bracket and you just want to follow news and scores there is no better app than ESPN ScoreCenter. Pin your favorite teams to the homescreen to see scores, and get notifications for games that you are interested in. ScoreCenter is a free app.


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