NCAA March Madness Live app to offer Split Screen option on Apple TV and more

NCAA March Madness Live

Pay TV subscribers will be able to access all of the NCAA's March Madness coverage across 12 platforms, starting with Selection Sunday on March 10th all the way to the Final Four on Saturday, April 2. The Apple TV version of the NCAA March Madness Live app will feature a Split Screen option where users will be able to view two games side-by-side. Other supported platforms will include Amazon Fire TV, Roku players, Roku TV models, desktop computers, tablets and smartphones. College basketball fans will also be able to access all games aired on CBS without a subscription via their computer, smartphone or tablet, and watch select games on TBS, CBS, TNT and truTV’s digital platforms.

The NCAA March Madness Live app will feature a redesigned GameCenter, which promises to offer "an immersive live video experience featuring improved navigation," and an updated Video on Demand experience. The iOS version of the app will include Airplay support, curated social content from the Coke Zero NCAA March Madness Social arena and "excitement" notifications featuring "big moments" throughout the tournament.

Other features include the Capital One NCAA March Madness Bracket Challenge, live scores, real-time game alerts for a user's favorite teams, personal channel lineup features, access to live radio broadcasts and more. The NCAA March Madness Live app offers everything you need to keep updated on Division I Men’s Basketball Championship, especially when you're away from home.

The iOS version of the app is available on for free on the Apple App Store. It supports all devices running iOS 7.0 or later.

Here's a list of the 12 supported platforms from the official March Madness press release:

"This year’s product will expand to 12 platforms – more than ever before –including desktop, Amazon Fire tablets, Amazon Fire TV, iPhone, iPad, Android handset, Android tablet, Windows handset, Windows desktop, Apple TV, Apple Watch, Roku players and Roku TV models. Exclusively for NCAA March Madness Live, fans watching via Apple TV can enjoy two live games at once with the Split Screen feature."