Nowadays, breaking news and information is at our fingertips. You no longer need a stable internet connection or laptop device to find out the latest gossip, mobile phone websites and applications are taking over. In fact, social media websites such as Twitter and Facebook are also becoming brilliant ways to find out the latest news and information in both your local area and across the globe.
Certain apps and websites are better than others on certain topics. For example, the Racing Post application is brilliant for horse racing but cannot offer much more than that whilst the Goal.com app is one of the best for football but don’t cover any other sports. We take a look at a few of the best ways and methods to keep up with sports news whilst you’re on the move.
For most people, Sky Sports is the first port of call when trying to find out the latest sport news – and with good reason. They have a proven track record at providing insight into a number of sports and their expert pundits are often the first to reveal breaking information before it is leaked in newspapers.
Sky Sports’ app is one of the best and is available to download on most mobile phone devices. It’s incredibly easy to use and they can keep you up to date on various upcoming events, including the Cheltenham Festival, Premier League title race and Wimbledon Tennis Championships. It truly is a must-download!
Who’d have thought it, a betting site ranks highly for sports news? Well, Coral’s app/website is incredibly for news. With individual sections for a number of sports, they cover pretty much anything and update their pages on a regular basis. You won’t be left to read old news here, especially for major events such as the upcoming Cheltenham Festival.
Coral’s Cheltenham coverage continues on both their mobile app and website but if horse racing isn’t your thing, they also cover most sports – including ice hockey, darts and cricket. Their news section is particularly useful and Coral’s professional tipsters often produce betting previews on upcoming clashes, they’re certainly one of the best around.
If you love your American sports, ESPN is the place to be. While they also cover most British sports, ESPN pride themselves on their American football, basketball and ice hockey coverage. These sports are becoming much more popular in the United Kingdom and ESPN’s app may soon rank alongside Sky Sports and BBC Sport as the leading sports news provider in Britain.
ESPN are up-to-date on most sports and can offer feature pieces, bog-standard news articles and much more on various sports on their brand-new app. Their writers are some of the best in the business and ESPN are highly active on both Twitter and Facebook, meaning you will never miss a sporting moment – no matter where you are!