Following on from our previous report, which informed you about an NCAA application specifically for the iPhone and iPod Touch, we now have news on how Google Android handset owners can join in on the fun too.
As reported from Mobil3Generation, the app for Android is called PocketBracket and has been designed by Pure Concepts.
It allows you to keep up to date with all the March Madness NCAA results where ever you are in the world. The best thing about the app, is that it comes pre-loaded with 2009 tournament data – meaning that once the data for this year is available on Selection Sunday, you can customize your own NCAA bracket on your Android phone.
If you are interested in trying this one, it can be downloaded from the Android Market – priced at $0.99. Do you already have it? Let us know your thoughts on it.
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