College basketball fans look forward to March coming around all year so they can watch the big college basketball tournament. March Madness is one of the most popular months in basketball and if you can't be home to watch all the games on TV, you can watch them live from wherever you are on a mobile device. The March Madness Live app has been updated this year to support a new mobile platform.
Fans of NCAA basketball on the Kindle Fire tablet line can now get the app and enjoy the games at no cost live. That is assuming you have a cable subscription with a participating provider. The app will be available starting March 13 for download.
Once the app is downloaded, you will need to log in with your participating cable or satellite company username and password. The 68 team field that will participate in the big tournament will be named on March 16. The first four teams will play in a doubleheader on March 18.
The app will give the users access to all 67 games and over 150 hours of live streaming coverage of the 2014 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball championships. The app is now available on the Kindle Fire, Google Play, App Store, and Windows Phone Store.