The official app of the Olympic Games.

View historical results from past Olympic Games, watch highlights, and stay up to date with the latest Olympic News and Photos.

What’s New

Version 3.12

Minor bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
39K Ratings
39K Ratings
scottyo3921 ,

A really nice app!

Used in conjunction with the NBC app, this provides a pretty good way to determine what you want to watch. I love the auto update and the suppression of scores until you decide to go into the detail for an event.
There is one thing I’d like to see:
On this app’s schedule page, Live Now is great in that it allows you to see whatever is actually in progress, unlike the NBC app which gives a vague hint as to whether something is in progress, terminated, not yet started, etc.
But it doesn’t allow you to see what’s up coming, even events starting in the next minute or two. Turn off Live Now, and you have to scroll like crazy to the list to find out what isn’t finished yet. At least that’s very clearly marked, as is the live now status.
But what would really be nice is a button available when live now is off, to allow you to scroll instantly to currently in-progress events. Alternatively, you could have the Live Now screen show the next hour or two‘s worth of events with the note they’re not live yet, say under an Upcoming header.
All that said, this is still a really good app. Thank you!

agentgalahad ,

I check this app like every five minutes

I am a massive skating fan, so whenever skate is on I watch live and keep the app open—it's awesome that I don't even have to refresh. The score just pops up when it's been released, which is usually 10-30 seconds before it comes up on the telly. I love that it always alerts me when a country I tick off is competing/has won a medal, that's super great. Overall, it's very aesthetically pleasing and runs quickly with practically no bugs. 11/10 would recommend!

ShaneGuymon ,

No Leaderboard

I mainly downloaded this app with one hope in mind... I’d be able see a leaderboard of medals won by country. Instead you primarily show medals by event. Then you can see medals by country, but only by individual countries. Why would you not do something as simple as showing a leaderboard by country and which country has won the most medals. Then allow people to drill down into a country to see what events the medals were awarded. Seems like the most logical and obvious approach. The Olympic Games are a competition between countries after all.


International Olympic Committee
72.6 MB

Requires iOS 9.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.



Age Rating
Rated 4+
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