Best Cricket Apps for Your Smartphone in 2013

True Cricket lovers hate to miss a single match, but unfortunately things like work prevent them from being able to sit full-time in front of the television. It’s for these sports fans that Cricket apps were invented. Now you can watch live scores in detail without missing single ball, fours, sixes or wickets.

1. ESPNcricinfo App

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If you’re already hooked on ESPN, this app will satisfy your cricket needs. This app includes commentary, photographs, scorecards, live game coverage, reports and player profiles. It also features push notifications for wickets, video/audio podcasts, batsman milestones and scores during live matches. Plus, you’ll find a selection of the best features from ESPNcricinfo Magazine, records and rankings, news, fixtures and match results.
The best feature, however, is the “Lean Back” mode. Switch to Lean Back on your BlackBerry 10 smartphone and follow live scores while you’re at work. Choose your favorite team and you’ll receive timely alerts including news, team updates, and fixtures.

2. Stick Cricket
Stick Cricket is the most popular cricket gaming app, and for good reason. Stick Cricket brings real teams and players right on to your smartphone’s touch display.
It includes the “5 Over All Star Slog” game mode, in-game statistics including the number of boundaries that you hit as well as your run rate, World Domination levels 1-3, and high score charts with OpenFeint. Plus, you can share your top scores with your Facebook and Twitter buddies.

3. CricBuzz

This slick app includes every bit of information you’ll need to know, eliminating the need for a television. The reason for that is the excellent audio commentary. You’ll also get access to the executive editorials of cricbuzz. Other features include complete player profiles, and even series archives for those who want to engage in some post analysis.

4. Cricket WorldCup Fever Deluxe
This app comes with full HD graphics for complete cricket playing fun. Just select your favorite team from the 14 available choices, then decide which of the 6 stadiums and which of the 3 difficulty levels you want to play at and you’re off.

You can decide between loft-on or loft-off while batting. Just swipe in the direction you want to hit the ball. When balling you can choose between, fast and medium bowling options, and spin at the speed you want. The superb graphics, the ball-by-ball analyses along with the actual ball following cameras gives this app some wonderful moments.

5. iCricket
iCricket delivers the best updates and scores using push notifications. What’s more you get more than 1500 player statistics, schedules as well as live weather conditions. Add to that the ball-by-ball commentary and the live cricket videos, and you’ll really love this app. But in case that’s not enough, challenge yourself with the in-app quiz to see how much you really know about Cricket.

As you can see, these apps mean there will be no more missing the important elements of this excellent game. Keep up on scores or play on your screen; without a doubt, these apps let you do it all.

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  1. Arsh Kapoor August 18, 2013
  2. Adithya Shetty August 25, 2013

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