Besides the usual broadcasts airing on CBS, TBS, TNT, and TruTV…there is the NCAA March Madness app, available for free at:
Also good for desktops and laptops, the website Awful Announcing also mentioned in an article that the above app can be accessed on Android and Apple devices, including Apple TV and Apple Watch, Amazon Fire TV and tablets, Roku TV and players, the Windows 10 operating system (mainly for use on Microsoft Surface), along with Google Play and Chromecast.
March Madness Live’s GameCenter will offer a live blog which will provide commentary, along with real-time highlights. All mobile users can also get notifications on all news, scores, news and other key information.
There will also be plenty of chances for fans to access interactive content across several devices, including:
Apple TV will have game previews, highlights and interactive brackets.
Amazon Alexa devices will allow people to ask for scores and game results, as well as provide play-by-play from Westwood One Radio.
For those people not able to watch any of the games on any TV, all Westwood One radio broadcasts are also available on any of the digital platforms, including one of my favorite apps from TuneIn Radio:
Desktop and mobile users will also have enhanced video through an HTML5 player that will include a real-time shot chart while the games are taking place. The NCAA March Madness Bracket Challenge has upgraded tools and scoring options. The games will also incorporate live video into bracket match-ups.