Make March Madness Last All Year with Tournament Mgr

Make March Madness Last All Year with Tournament Mgr

Are you going through March Madness withdrawal? Don't worry; get Tournament Mgr (free). With this free iPad and iPhone app, you can participate in and even create your own tournaments all year round. You can make your own brackets of up to 128 participants for any sport. Heck, you can even choose non-sporting matchups if you want. 

I liked the app's attractive design and use of colors. While it's called Tournament Mgr, it works well for players, coaches, friends, parents, and fans, as well as managers. The app is location aware so you can see tournament events near you. Currently, there is no Android version and also no paid option to remove ads. While the ads are unobtrusive, if you are a serious tournament manager, you might prefer to pay for a premium version without ads. 

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Tournament Mgr


  • Attractive design and colors
  • Customizable
  • Works for players, coaches, friends, parents, fans and managers
  • Location aware
  • iPad and iPhone versions, and it's free!


  • No Android version
  • No paid option to remove ads

Final Verdict

If you manage or even just follow tournaments, during March or anytime, you will want to manage the action with Tournament Mgr.

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