March Madness will soon be upon us. The 2015 NCAA Division I men’s basketball tournament is set to start next week. If you've made the appropriate arrangements with your TV provider, you can watch every game on your Android phone or tablet (whichever one you feel most comfortable yelling at in public).

The NCAA March Madness app provides live access to 67 games spread across CBS, TBS, TNT, and truTV. CBS doesn't require a cable or satellite subscription, but the others do.

While you're contemplating making the commitment, know that this year's update includes more than just a refreshed schedule. You're treated to a complete material redesign. The interface is pretty enough to pique an Android nerd's interest, regardless of whether the basketball can get them to stick around.

The app is free to download, so there's little harm in finding out for yourself.

What's new:

  • Updated for the 2015 tournament with a refreshed look and feel.
  • NEW: Satisfy your team fan loyalties, learn about the Cinderellas, and research your bracket with the all-new team pages.
  • NEW: Featured section allows fans to discover the tournament’s best storylines and relive classic March Madness moments.
  • NEW: It’s never been easier to make bracket picks on your phone. Choose between list view for quick picking and bracket view for that timeless look and feel.

NCAA March Madness Live
NCAA March Madness Live
Developer: NCAA Digital
Price: Free