No matter which sport you play, there are plenty of ways to score on the iPhone. For a list of our favorites, check out AppCraver’s Editor Picks of the Best Sports Apps for iPhone and iPad, or read on for breaking news and reviews of sports applications from the App Store.
FanFeedr Gets Social with Sports Coverage
FanFeedr attempts to give a Twitter-like information stream of sports scores and news articles to make your fan experience more social.
FanFeedr ditches the standard formula of just displaying scores and sports news.
Manage Golf Game with Procreative Golf
Procreative Golf 09 lets you keep track of your round and can also use the iPhone's GPS capabilities to be your personal iCaddy. If your battery can survive, and if you find the right course, it can make for an excellent combination.
Wise Guide Wrigley Field Takes You Out to the Ball Game the Right Way
The makers of the Wise Guide Fan Navigator series and the companion site WiseGuidesOnline.com, are expanding the fandemonium by bringing more fan trivia and "locals only" tidbits to MLB stadiums nationwide.
Ballz! Pro Adds Sporty Animations to Twisted Match-3 Puzzle
Ballz! Pro — If you've played a mobile game in the last 5 years, chances are you've played some variation of the match-3 puzzle popularized by games like Bejeweled. Easy and addicting, match-3 games are a dime a dozen in the App Store.
Golf Fans Will Love U.S. Open App
More annual sporting events are getting in on the iPhone app parade, and golf is no exception. U.S. Open Golf Championship tracks this weekend's golf happenings from Bethpage Black by providing live video, leaderboard updates, and player profiles.
Skateropolis Is For Boarders to Skitch and Sk8
Skateropolis is a reference guide to 2,400 skate parks in the US and connects fans of the sport so they can comment on the venues they visit and view and post videos.
Tap the Featured, Near Me or Search icon on the bottom menu bar to pop up a list of sk8parks.
MLB.com At Bat Drives In The Winning Run
MLB.com At Bat iPhone app by MLB.com is the perfect app for any baseball fan. If you need an up to the minute score, want to listen to a game, or see the highlights, you can do so right from your iPhone.
Tiger Woods PGA Tour Makes Par in its First Release
Tiger Woods PGA Tour by EA Sports is the first sports game I’ve played that is as close to the desktop version as an iPhone and iPod touch can get. Okay, I’m sticking my neck a bit on that one, but Tiger Woods PGA Tour is a heck of a game in nearly every way.
NBA Game Time Ready for Playoffs
As the NBA playoffs begin a new iPhone app makes it easier to get quick updates on the scores and standings. NBA Game Time, first released near the end of the regular season, was recently tweaked with an update to focus on the playoffs.
TouchSports Tennis '09: Game, Set, Match
If you’d like a to get in a quick set of tennis and wish to do it without all the sweating and running around the court, then the TouchSports Tennis '09 iPhone app by Handheld Games Corp may be the just lack of exercise you crave.
Watch 'March Madness' on your iPhone
ometimes it is just not possible to secure sofa time for every NCAA Tournament game. Fortunately those with an iPhone/iPod Touch and a solid Wi-Fi connection can still catch the action. The CBS Sports March Madness On Demand app puts every game live on your iPhone — provided you are connected to a wireless network. The live television quality will depend on the strength of your wireless signal.
Pro Basketball Scores—Great, After The Buzzer Has Sounded
The appropriately named Pro Basketball Scores app by Plusmo Inc is an app for true basketball junkies. Allowing you to track all of the NBA teams, obtain scores, standings, schedules, rosters and news.
GoLearn Skateboarding: A Pro For Your Pocket
GoLearn Skateboarding Explained - Let's get this out of the way: my knowledge of skateboarding is limited to knowing that Tony Hawk is some kind of bigshot (enough to rate his own video game, at any rate) and the occasional viewing of The X Games on TV when there's nothing else on.
Knot Time Features Show-and-Tell Demonstrations
Knot Time, from Dustin Thomas, is a simple app consisting of video demonstrations of how to tie commonly used knots. The knots are organized into four categories (general, boating, mountaineering and fishing) comprising 28 knots.
Chuck The Ball: Soccer-themed Puzzle Game Hits A Wall
MakeShift Games presents Chuck the Ball. It’s a puzzle game where the main character is a soccer ball. His mission is to collect all of the stars in the level. Chuck must make it through all kinds of perilous mazes and traps. Be careful to avoid hazards like holes and walls. Chuck the Ball is a game that lets your finger do all the work.