If you’re a big fan of sport then there is nothing better than sitting back and watching the sport play out live whether that’s on TV, on radio or if you’re lucky enough to be at the stadium and witness the action taking place. But unfortunately for most of us our lives are too busy and tickets are too expensive to be able to catch every game of every sport you enjoy. Luckily there is a way you can keep up to date with the latest sport news wherever you are in the world.
As well as keeping up to date with friends and family, your smartphone can now help you keep up to date with the latest sporting results. For many of us keeping up with the latest scores might even be more important than keeping in contact with our nearest and dearest. Luckily, there are now apps that will notify you when your favourite team starts a game, scores or concedes in a game and when a game finishes. Whether you love the football, cricket or another sport entirely, Sky Sports has a wide range of apps that you can customise to only tell you about the news that is important to you.
Of course you’ll really want to keep up to date with the latest sports results if there’s a chance you could earn some money from it. One of the busiest days of the year for bookmakers is just around the corner as the Cheltenham Festival is just a few weeks away. Even people who don’t regularly visit bookmakers are likely to put on a Gold Cup bet, especially now as the Gold Cup sees a new favourite entering the betting market. Luckily you can keep up to date with the latest Gold Cup bet odds, place your bet and check whether your Gold Cup bet came good all from the easy to use Coral website on your phone, tablet or laptop.
But it’s not just the Cheltenham Festival and the Gold Cup bets that will be having people wanting to keep up to date with sport. When the Euro 2016 tournament kicks off this summer fans will be piling into pubs around the country to cheer on their home team. But if you can’t make it to a pub or even a TV screen, you can watch most of the games live from your mobile phone or tablet device. The BBC and ITV will be screening the vast majority of England, Wales and Northern Ireland games live on the BBC IPlayer and ITV Hub apps that are free to download to a wide range of devices. You’ll also be able to catch up on much of the coverage from both channels whenever you want from their respective apps.
So whatever your favourite sport, no matter where you are or how little free time you have you can now always be up to date with the latest scores, team news and results from the comfort of your phone or tablet.