Smartphones have brought many applications to instantly follow our favorite sports. It is no longer necessary to go with the transistor in your ear like your grandfather. App stores are full of apps to follow live sports.
The officials of each competition are usually reliable and offer a large amount of data. But is it necessary to have the LaLiga, NBA, ACB or Premier app to be informed? No, we can find applications that combine all sports and quickly inform us of the news in each one of them.
Williamhill is one of the best application for a smartphone. It is reported in great detail on the main competitions in football, tennis, golf or Formula One. Its interface comes out of the monotony of blue and white make it different from all other applications. You can download Williamhill apps from the official site. It also offers to bet and you can browse by calendar or by competitions. The information is more detailed and offers from statistics and alignments to an almost minute to minute account of the game.
This application also bets on multisport results but does so with a more European accent. While it is true that we have fewer sports than TheScore, we can see results from rugby, volleyball or handball. It also opts for a darker interface than usual. Once inside, everything is in the display of your menu in the upper left. As a great novelty is the one that offers television summaries of some games. Although they are uploaded several days late, it is an interesting option.
BESOCCER / FOOTBALL RESULTS
This app focused exclusively on the sports king has different names if you look for it in Apple Store: BeSoccer; or on Google Play: Soccer results. But it is exactly the same. We can say that it is the most complete football application on the market. Leagues from more than 50 countries, of which in many of them it reports up to more than 10 different competitions. For example, it gives us live results even of regional matches and with all kinds of details.
Sofascore is another complete application to following a multitude of sports in both Android and iOS. Its interface is white and blue and it is lighter for our eyes than those previously mentioned are. But falters in its distribution, as we see the results still moving tab in each country. It has a multitude of sports, some as rare as the floorball, the snooker or the darts. It reports in detail leagues around the world, especially when it comes to football. We applaud the incorporation of women’s competitions in each country. It offers very complete data. We can also find information about odds for bettors. To change sports we should look carefully, since it is done in the upper central part, in a somewhat small letter. It contains advertising but we only see it at the bottom and it does not attract much attention.