Next weekend brings Super Bowl 51 to Houston, featuring the Atlanta Falcons (11-5) versus the New England Patriots (14-2). Apple TV owners can watch the entire event free directly on their devices. In fact, anyone with an iOS device such as an iPad or iPhone can also enjoy the Super Bowl anywhere with a Wi-Fi or data connection. So what's the easiest way to watch the game on Sunday, February 5th?
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 2014 World Cup has arrived. Starting tomorrow, soccer fans around the globe can follow their favorite teams in the Group stage and beyond. Following the world's largest sporting event from anywhere has never been easier thanks to mobile devices. There are a variety of free iOS apps that can help make sure fans don't miss any action.
Here are five top iPhone apps for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil. Not only will these apps provide live match scores and highlights, there's in-depth information and breaking news. Results and headlines from across the world of soccer (or football, as it's known by most of the world) are key features of some of these apps as well.