Best of the Best
#1 ESPN ScoreCenter
(Free, app2.me/2679 iPad version app2.me/4084)
Don't miss another goal, pitch, basket, try, or touchdown. ESPN ScoreCenter brings you scores, news, and
standings from hundreds of sports leagues around the world.
2. NFL Fantasy Cheat Sheet
($2.99, app2.me/4085; iPad version: $4.99, app2.me/4086)
Vegas Sports provides the best and most organized way to keep track of all your bets. This includes game, series, teams, and even friendly bets with the basic calculating components to follow your winnings. It is the ultimate app for a serious gambler who has endless spreadsheets and would like to organize their statistics a little better. Besides; it clearly helps when contacting your bookie for the next successful bet.
Sports fans will love the apps in this section. You can have the latest scores pushed to your iPhone, track game action live, and access just about any stat you can think of. But these apps aren't just for fans. There are apps that let golfers use the iPhone's GPS capability to pinpoint their position on the golf course and tell then the distance to the pin—and to potential hazards. There are apps that help you improve your performance in various sports, keep score, learn the rules, and find out if weather conditions are favorable.
As the app store grows, apps are being developed to fill all areas of our life. From astronomy to hunting there's now an app for that. This is the first of what i hope will be a regular column looking at apps for niche markets that may surprise you. This first blog will look at a niche market that's near to my heart-- Ultimate Frisbee.
Ultimate is the fastest growing sport in America. For those of you who have never heard of ultimate, here is a brief description from the USA ultimate website.
While attending CES, I blogged about the trend of using an iPhone or iPod touch as a universal remote. Since then, I have had a chance to play with the Rē from NewKinetix.
I really wanted to like the Rē. I am the gadget guy, who always has the latest of everything. I have owned numerous high-end universal remote controls, from Philips, Sony, Logitech (Harmony) and Monster Cable. I am not opposed to spending $100 or more for a device that can connect all of my audio and video equipment and displace multiple remotes.