Popular New Resource From M2Catalyst Monitors Latest Industry Insights From 265,000-Plus Android Apps
ALISO VIEJO, CA., FEBRUARY 5, 2014 – Between the recent Super Bowl and the imminent Winter Olympics, sports fans have more reason than ever to seek out sports news and score tracking apps that keep them informed in the most convenient and comprehensive manner possible. But with countless apps claiming to be definitive real time sports resources, the challenge for sports enthusiasts is to find out which ones are actually fit enough to cross the finish line.
According to M2AppMonitor, the first-ever community-based app quality management tool for Android, these five apps are medal-contenders when it comes to winning over sports enthusiasts during the Olympics (and beyond):
Members of the M2AppMonitor community spent an impressive 39.8% of their time on this leading app when looking for sports-based stats and up-to-the-minute info. ESPNSportsCenter features include instant scores and updates on the biggest games of the day as well as in-depth looks at favorite teams.
Members of the M2AppMonitor community spent 25.6% of their time on this app when checking out sports apps. theScore for Android delivers live sports scores, stats and news from the biggest leagues in the world.
Members of the M2AppMonitor community spent 14.9% of their time on this app when checking out sports apps. Yahoo! Sports provides simple, fast and in-depth sports scores and news and allows users to customize their alerts and get instant reminders for specific events such as game starts, scoring plays or close game situations.
Members of the M2AppMonitor community spent 6.8% of their time on this app when checking out sports apps. Bleacher Report offers news and scores in one place with alerts sent as soon as stories break.
5. CBS Sports
Members of the M2AppMonitor community spent 4.2% of their time on this app when checking out sports apps. CBS Sports delivers scores, stats, news and tweets for all major sports and enables users to follow live action with GameTrackers, scoreboards, box scores, and even streaming video simulcasts of top events televised on CBS Sports.
Beyond being able to see how much an app is used, M2AppMonitor can show consumers how each app performs with regards to 10 crucial app quality metrics such as battery drain, data use, and an app’s access to personal information. With M2AppMonitor, available for free on Google Play, consumers are alerted on apps that abuse their device’s resources, as well as informed on high-performing apps that receive M2AppMonitor’s stamp of approval. For more information about M2AppMonitor, please visit http://www.m2appmonitor.com.
M2Catalyst is a mobile software development and distribution firm based in California. The company produces compelling and differentiating Android, iOS, Big Data, Cloud, Social Networking, and Analytics software products not only for the consumer, but also for the wireless carrier, device OEM, app developer, media, and enterprise markets. For more information, please visit http://www.m2catalyst.com.