It’s the prime of the NBA playoffs and with each game as intense as it is, NBA Game Time will keep the basketball fan in touch and up-to-date with live stats on your Android or iOS device.
The app is very user friendly and easy to navigate, adding Twitter updates and headline news to give the user as much news and information of your team of choice. Twitter feeds are very up to date and can even be used as a game-time substitute.
Game Time differs in user friendliness from apps such as ESPN ScoreCenter with its one-button score center. Scores from previous games of the day are much easier to view than on ESPN and a bracket is offered for an even easier visual aid. The interface is far more appealing and has significant visual splash that ScoreCenter lacks.
Videos from around the league are also provided, including highlights from every team and top league stars. A live radio broadcast is available for the playoff games, but only through the upgraded version called Game Time Plus. Adding this option requires an in-app purchase.
Much like ESPN ScoreCenter; users can get updates of the game start and a score at the end of each quarter. News headlines of pertinent details are also pushed out. Game Time felt slower than ScoreCenter, but this would probably only be a bother if one is one is watching the game live and using NBA Game Time as a viewing companion.
NBA Game Time is definitely an NBA fan’s app and will satisfy many needs to keep up to date with the latest news and scores. If the user wants a a customized experience to follow their favorite team, Game Time is the way to go.
- Very user friendly
- Slower game scores