The 6 Best Sports Apps to Download This Spring

There’s some great tech out there nowadays to help you train from home. There are apps to help motivate you by controlling your routine and progress. If it’s watching sports you like there are plenty of those too.

Here are some of the best sports apps to download this year.


1. Gymondo

Gymondo is a workout app that allows you to choose an exercise or diet plan to suit your lifestyle. There are hundreds of video workouts from professional trainers available to watch on your devices, and even offline.

You don’t need wifi to use this app, which is a plus. The monthly fees are very low, much cheaper than a gym membership, and depending on the plan can start from around $7 a month. 


2. Beast Sensor

Beast Sensor is a small device worn on the wrist or attached to the weights to help you with your weight training. It’s got its own app as well so sends reports of your progress. It works by quantifying your performance while you’re weight lifting and you can analyze the results to see which is the most effective work out for you.

You don’t need to rely on your personal trainer and can actually see real numbers on the screen showing your progress.


3. Upright Go Posture Trainer

Right now everyone could do with one of these. Upright Go Posture Trainer gives you real-time posture feedback via its mobile app. The device is actually worn on the body, either stuck on to your back or another convenient place or as a necklace. It’s even been approved by physiotherapists and chiropractors. It costs $80 but you get a 30 day guarantee period. If you’re not satisfied, you can 100% get your money back. 



ESPN is a free app for both Android and IOS, which is essential for any sports fan. You can customize a list of favorite teams and get personalized sports information. The app allows you to follow your favorite sports and be constantly updated.

There are more than 10,000 sporting events broadcast live. For a $9.99 monthly subscription, you can get access to all live events, plus ESPN films. Book your broadway tickets for later in the year and stay home and watch sports this spring. 


5. Fox Sports

Fox Sports also starts as a free app for both Android and IOS. With this app, you can get sports coverage on the go on any of your devices. It covers major league baseball, college football, basketball, and NFL, to name some of the main sporting events you can watch on Fox Sports. 


6. theScore

theScore gives you a very smart and up-to-date report of any games and fixtures. Free for both Android and IOS, this app is popular with tech nerds because of the detail it provides instantly. The games are broken down into play-by-play detail and users can follow individual players specifically, as well as teams. You can share the scores and other information with your friends and followers as well.  


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