theScore launches sport lovers’ app for iPad, working on Android redesign

Daniel Bader

December 6, 2012 2:37pm

With its television assets in the process of being sold to Rogers, theScore has continued to focus on improving its digital assets. Formerly ScoreMobile, theScore for iOS has recently been updated with iPad support, and takes great advantage of the larger tablet screen.

The interface works in either portrait or landscape, and provides access to all your favourite sports via a permanent left-side navigation bar. The app also provides a MyScore area where you can track your favourite sports, news and scores from within the app or via push notifications.

There’s also plenty of fantasy sports coverage, with Rotowire providing news and stats for more than 15,000 players in 800 teams across 20+ leagues. theScore also announced that they will be updating their Android app in the coming months, adapting the iOS version to Android phones and tablets.

You can download theScore for iOS in the App Store.

  • Matthew

    I suppose it’s a resource issue but I never understand why these apps can’t be developed in tandem. I am a android user and a sports fan, scoremobile and scoremobile fc have been my go to apps so do take my post with a side of bitterness.

    • John

      Sweet now i can get my up to date Hockey scores… oh wait.

  • Alex

    They told me q4 android…. Was just told via Twitter this week, said that they are on pace for forth quarter

    • Hilman

      I hope you are right, their current app is very good on my Nexus 4 but brutal on my Galaxy Tab 10.1.

  • dav1dz

    Is this an update with better iPad support? Because I’ve had the Score app on iPad for quite some time now.

  • Shawn

    About time. The score app is my favorite sports app, but the design and features are out dated.

  • Stuntman

    If you add only one feature to the Android tablet app, make sure that feature is landscape mode.