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Just downloaded it from Google Play. You can use it to watch the games, set up your bracket, and some other stuff. Free download, streaming games is $3.99.
Works on my allegedly not supported device, yay
Can you actually stream? I tried on my TouchPad with ICS, but no go so far. I'll try my EVO in a bit.
Might want to see if this deal is still alive...
Free NCAA March Madness Promo Codes For Viewing On Computer And Mobile Devices Hot Deals
Yeah, I saw that. To me, I'd rather pay the $3.99 than give out my info to advertisers. Thanks though.
Yessir, the selection show is streaming
To me, I'd rather give them false info and get it for free.
Huh, what device? I'll try on my EVO now...
Running just fine on my iPad 2.
On my iphone, when I go to cbssports website and click "watch live," it says I need flash, and I can't access it. How are you streaming?
Yeah, works fine on the EVO. Guess the TouchPad isn't a fan of Flash video.
Go download the app, and then buy access for $3.99
March Madness Live app. No reason to have Flash these days.
This post was edited by Final Countdown 2 years ago
Don't pay $3.99 do this instead if it's still alive...
Got it downloaded for Iphone. Unfortunately it looks like the Kindle Fire is not supported.
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