The official app of Cricket Australia – Cricket Australia Live is your #1 destination for live cricket coverage, breaking news and video highlights.
- Free live streaming of Australia Men’s Gillette ODI Series vs South Africa *
- Live streaming of Australia Men’s and Women’s International matches played in Australia **
- Live streaming of the KFC BBL and Rebel WBBL **
- Exclusive live streaming of selected Australian domestic cricket matches
- Live radio broadcasts from our official broadcast partners
- Video highlights of all the action including wicket replays
- Latest breaking cricket news from Australia and around the world
- Exclusive content from the road with the Australian Cricket team
- Inside access to the game’s biggest stars
- Enhanced Matchday experience to help you get the most out of your day at the cricket
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* Streaming available in Australia only
** Subscription to a streaming service provided by Fox Sports required. More details to be provided in November 2018.
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Ratings and Reviews
This slick app is a definitive way of keeping abreast of the thrilling, frenetic world of Australian cricket. Informing the app of your favourite Big Bash League outfit (international cricket is well catered for too) provides a bespoke guide to your team’s latest news, interviews and a ball-by-ball service for all fixtures. It’s the perfect, easy-to-digest way to keep on top of your team’s movements—especially as passes can be purchased to enjoy live streams of matches.
Filters and Stats
This app is ok but not great. Here’s a few ideas for improvement.
I get it is focused on Australia but I would like to see some development of the app on the ‘foreign’ series and matches so that I don’t have to find other apps)
1. Allow a user to filter the ‘Matches’ and ‘Series’ lists so I can pick those that a relevant to me and allow me select more than one item (eg. One time I might only want to see those items that involved Australia and England and another time England and India and South Africa).
2. There are practically no historical stats for players and teams other than for a match in progress, I want to search a list of players and teams without having to pick a particular game.
3. I would like to see lists of retired players like Warne, Botham etc and compare their stats to current and past players.
4. In the list of Matches often I cannot work out what teams are playing. For example in the current list of England’s Domestic T20 comp the only clue is a 3-letter acronym for a team... unless you are familiar with the teams there is no way to know who is who (and so I don’t bother investigating).
5. In the list of Series there is no way to view past series. I would like to be able to pick a year, filter by team(s) and type of series (Tests, OD, T20...).
That’s just few ideas, could go on but not sure if it’s going to be ‘heard’ and acted in so I’ll wait for your feedback.
Please test on iPhone X
This iPhone X has been out over a year and clearly this has never been tested on one by the developers. Even without an iPhone X they could test it with the simulator for the screen size.
On an iPhone X screen the worm graph looks terrible when expanded to full screen. The formatting is off so instead of the legend being small at the bottom it changes layout so the graph itself only uses a small amount of space while the rest is white. The graph looks fine on an iPhone 8. This could easily be fixed if the deck opera actually bothered to test it!
Also the live video on an X has a problem where the Done button is behind the quality control, which makes it impossible to press!
Please test your product on all screen resolutions. That’s what the simulators in Xcode are for!
Also why can’t the graph be expandable with the standard stretch gesture?
With the Apple Watch app you never know when it’s finished loading. So you turn watch to look at score and then wait in unknown amount of time for an update. But if there is no change in score you don’t know if it’s updated. How hard would it be to have an indicator to say it’s refreshing the data?
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.