There's always a game on somewhere, and keeping up with all of the action doesn't come cheap. Watching the big event often requires a cable subscription, regardless of whether a fan is trying to watch on their television or a mobile device. 120 Sports offers a bit of a respite from this difficult situation by letting people keep up with the latest goings on in the sports world without having to cough up a cent.

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The 120 Sports network, consisting of a website and mobile apps, has partnered with various leagues to provide content. World Cup news currently sits atop the front page, but there is information available on the NBA, MLB, NHL, PGA, NASCAR, and other associations. Over ten hours of programming pops up every day.

The app is both easy to dive into and easy on the eyes. Each video has a giant thumbnail, and content streams while comments are visible below. There are hashtags that show what is currently trending, so even just occasional watchers can stay up to date.

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120 Sports doesn't cost a dime to use, but there are a few banner ads to put up with here and there. Though the app is highly visual, it doesn't yet support browsing through content in landscape, making it slightly awkward on a tablet. Still, early reviews are positive on both Google Play and the Apple App Store, making this an easy recommendation for Android users trying to keep up with what's happening on the field.