Your Team's News First!
Get all your team's news and scores from across the web in one easy place with personalized streams that send alerts as soon as stories break. Be the first to know all your team's news!
Allow Push Notifications To Get News Alerts!
• Pick the teams you love and get real-time streams with hand-picked alerts so you know your team's news first.
• Open a stream for scores, stories, videos, and pictures from all the best sources across the web – local papers, national websites, blogs, Twitter, & Bleacher Report
• Break news to your friends with Facebook, Twitter, groups, email, or text message
See what real fans have said in our 5-star app reviews:
• "This app is great, 9 times out of 10 I get updates from BR before the ESPN app."
• “Wow - I'm just blown away by how good this is! The stream is awesome, and the breaking news is dead on. So much better than trying to follow multiple teams on ESPN. NICE JOB FELLAS!”
• “SIMPLY THE BEST!!!!! - As soon as I got the app and added my local team, I got breaking news from my team before they broke the news on a local sports talk radio that I listen at work every day. From that moment I fell in love with the app!!! Awesome app, I recommend it to every sports fan!!!!!”
• “Great app - Instead of having to go to multiple sites, I get a quick fix on my favorite teams with just this one.”
• Awesome! - Best sports app there is! I love the team feature. I used to watch espn daily but now with this app I haven't watched in over two weeks. All the news is fast and to the minute. Bye-bye espn.
• “Perfect - Get all your local teams big news in your notification center. How awesome!!!!!”
• “Great App!! - This app is very useful for breaking news and interesting tidbits from my teams. Being separated from home sports city makes it tough to get a ton of info on just a couple teams I want to follow, better than twitter only sports related updates.”
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What’s new in 6.13.0
• Let the Games Begin! Follow the NBA to keep up with all the action, upsets, and glory. If you’re team has been eliminated and you’re feeling bitter (or a Lakers fan) why not follow NBA Draft and daydream about Zion?
• Scrolling For Days. We’ve beefed up the number of tweets that show up in streams, so you can scroll longer through Twitter’s reactions to Magic hitting the eject button on his job with the Lakers.
• Accessibility Improvements. VoiceOver work continues with enhanced support through scores and leagues, and we appreciate the patience as we continue to put work into these features. Please let us know if you have any questions or suggestions for how we can keep improving.
If you have feedback for us or are interested in beta testing early versions of the app, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ratings and Reviews
Really love the content but hate the social media aspect
This app used to be one of my favorite apps. It has always had interesting articles, great highlights, and interesting videos and news that sports sights like ESPN didn’t show. They also have the best notification system in sports. But my big problem now is how they changed it from sport news to a social media platform. I don’t care about the likes and the comments and the followers! I just want to the great content you guys used to have. It also seems like they are creating more articles to spark comment arguments. Why? I also get random followers who I don’t want and I can’t unfollow them. I loved this app but it has really changed. On my computer they do not show comments or “fire” or followers, they just show the cool highlights and news. I love that! If I could ask one thing, can you please add a “Non-Social Media” setting? That would be a setting that let you only see the new and highlights without the other bad stuff. I want the app to return to being the best sports app, not the best social media sports app.
Good app, this would make it better/more convenient.
Great app. I love the articles. I would give a 5 star, if you had a way to see previously read articles or were able to favorite preciously read articles like the “News” app on iPhone. It makes it incredibly more convenient and easier to share articles or refer back to an article when needed. I’ve given up on multiple occasions when trying to find an article I’m referencing when talking to friends or family or when I’m trying to see if someone’s responded to my comment. Locating a previously read article is so difficult, I’ve been unsuccessful with finding some articles even after going to bleacher report after a few minutes, notably if the article is under the “Fire” category. Usually, I have to do a google search of the terms I remember + bleacher report just to pull up a previously read article. This issue should not be an issue in this day and age.
I used to love this app. I recommended it to all my friends. It was comprehensive, concise, intuitive, and most of all; the information I needed and wanted was right at my fingertips. In a recent update, that all changed.
They changed the bar across the top of the home page that used to show my team’s current and upcoming games. Now it shows current games and a bunch of completely irrelevant games from sports I didn’t even tell the app I liked! To find my team’s upcoming games, I have to dig around in scores, which is inconvenient and unnecessary.
I also used to be able to tap on a game to see where it would be broadcast. Can no longer do that. Again, have to find that in the scores, extra searching, and it’s no longer customized for my local market so I still don’t know where I can find the game. (I’m in Ohio, when the Cavs are playing OKC, it’s no help to tell me they’re on FS OKC, are they on FSO?)
My homepage feed no longer seems to be customized to my preferences.
Frankly, I’m just waiting to find a replacement app and then I’ll dump this one.
- Bleacher Report
- 81.9 MB
Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
- © 2015 Bleacher Report Inc
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.