With March Madness kicking off March 13, Android users now have an official app to follow as the 67 games take place between now and April 2. That free app released by Turner Sports Interactive packs a ton of features, including live radio of all games, social media streams for teams, a channel guide for TBS, CBS, TNT, and truTV, and the ability to track the live updated bracket during the tournament. You can also fill out an official NCAA Bracket Challenge bracket from within the app.

You can grab the free NCAA March Madness Live app from Google Play now. Turner is also offering a $3.99 in-app upgrade that will get you a live stream of all games, Final Four practices, and much more. Here’s what’s included in the upgraded version with a list of supported devices:

– Watch the NCAA Basketball Selection Show live on Sunday, March 11

– Watch LIVE streaming of all 67 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament games

– Watch a live stream of team practices for the Final Four®

– Watch highlights of all 67 games; highlights available right after each game

– Take it with you: Buy it once and use the March Madness Live account you create to login and watch on your computer.

Fully supported devices for live streaming:

HTC Rezound

LG Nitro

LG Thrill

Motorola Droid Bionic

Motorola Droid Razr

Samsung Droid Charge

Samsung Note

Samsung Epic 4G

Samsung Galaxy S

Samsung Nexus S 4G

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