The new ESPNcricinfo is your personalised Cricket experience. Get fast live scores, news, video, alerts and analysis. Personalise your app to get scores, news and alerts of your favourite teams prioritised for you.
Global coverage - Coverage of all international Cricket, IPL, BPL, BBL, CPL, Cricket world cup, County Championship, Ranji Trophy, Sheffield shield and many other domestic Cricket leagues.
Live scores & ball by ball commentary – Get the latest scores from matches across the world and follow the game with our all famous live commentary and scorecards.
Cricket videos and news – The best cricket writers in the business analyse and bring you their expert takes on everything cricket.
Alerts – Fast, personalised and accurate scores, results and breaking news alerts
Personalisation – Follow your favourite teams by a simple one touch personalisation.
Performance - This version is also optimised to perform on slow network connections.
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[+] Alerts just got better! Force touch on video alerts to play clips on your lock screen. Hit the volume buttons on your device for sound.
[+] Optimized for iPhone XR and XS Max.
[+] Bug fixes and performance improvements
Ratings and Reviews
Why did you even think of updating an already fantastic app. The new one is pathetically slow and not convenient to navigate. In all these years I had never even thought of installing any other app. So it's finally time now to look beyond Cricinfo. I wish I could rate less than a star. It feels like a downgrade of the app rather than an upgrade. It was a good experience with CricInfo until the latest update happened. Goodbye
Update: 4 months after uninstalling it because of the pathetic update, I reinstalled it hoping that some sense may have prevailed among the creators of the app. Disappointed! There’s no change. It’s still the worst app update ever. Uninstalling again immediately.
User experience is on a declining trend
This app use to be one of my fav apps with thrill worthy content and fast scores. However in the past 1.5 yrs the app design is horrible and user experience is downtrending alarmingly. The app does not load scores properly. Ads are increasing and there are lot of bugs. For eg: during yesterday ind vs eng 2nd odi when i click on scoreboard tab or commentary tab nothing loads and the screens stays still on summary tab only. The text suddenly loads up in bold text. I had to install cricbuzz and follow the scores. To the developers team please do not spoil app experience and lose loyal followers
Poorly organised app with inefficient information accessibility
The information organisation is really poor as it is focused on presenting the information about specific teams up front, even if it is outdated, over that of events in progress. At the same time, for a cricket app, it is difficult to find supplementary information about the sport and its players.
Prior to the World Cup Qualifiers, there was no information on the scheduling, teams or impact of the tournament on the WC. Then, it failed to present the points table even after the tournament was underway. Thereafter, once the Super Six was in progress, it failed to incorporate the points carried forward from the group stage.
It is as if the app is maintained by people who have no knowledge of the sport. I ended up uninstalling the app since it is expected to serve just one purpose and fails at it.
It is unfortunate that I have to install 2 apps to follow the sport, but the official BCCI and ICC apps get the job done remarkably well.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.