SportCaster 4.0 arrives just in time for March Madness tipoff

SportCaster 4.0 arrives just in time for March Madness tipoff

OneLouder, one of our favorite Android developers, has today released a brand new version of their SportCaster application.  Hitting the Google Play store today, it adds support for the NCAA March Madness tournament as well as a few other sport leagues.  In the event you are not familiar with SportCaster, the app gives users scores, stats, analysis, Twitter interaction, live commentary, and much more.

What’s new in SportCaster 4.0?  In addition to bug fixes and general performance updates, you get coverage for:

  • 2012 NCAA Basketball Tournament
  • Baseball (MLB)
  • Soccer (MLS)
  • European Football (Soccer) leagues
    • Champions League (CHLG)
    • Premier League (EPL)
    • La Liga (LIGA)
    • Scottish Premier (SCOT)
    • Bundesliga (BUND)
    • Ligue 1 (FRAN)
    • Serie A (SERI)
    • Europa League (UEFA)

Download SportCaster for your Android smartphone or tablet today!

[app]com.handmark.sportcaster[/app]

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Scott has been running AndroidGuys since 2007 and loves nothing more than reading up on the latest smartphone rumors. His other mobile efforts can be found on Android Update (CNET) where he covers Google's mobile platform.

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