Apple Watch sports apps

Whether you follow the baseball, cricket, tennis or even The Swaziland pigeon racing league, you'll never miss a score update when you've got your Apple Watch on.

It's no secret that Australian's love their sport. From watching Ian Thorpe swim up and down a pool to Steve Smith cracking another century - there's always something that we're transfixed to. But what about those times when you're away from the TV or radio and can't get your latest sports headlines. Welcome the Apple Watch.

Listed below are the most important apps you'll need to have installed if you love your sport.

Apple Watch App NameCategoryRelease DatePublisherPriceAge Advisory RatingAvg. User Rating at batSports24/04/15Major League Baseball Advanced MediaFree4+3
ESPNSports24/04/15ESPN Inc.Free4+4
Yahoo Tourney Pick'emSports24/04/15Yahoo! Inc.Free17+2.5
ECB CricketSports24/04/15England and Wales Cricket Board LtdFree4+N/A
QardioSports24/04/15Qardio, Inc.Free17+4.8

Never miss the action with these Apple Watch apps

  • ESPN.
    The ESPN app allows you to enter in your favourite teams and sports and have real-time information delivered straight to your wrist. If there is a game in progress live updates will flash on your screen with an ongoing score available to make you feel like you're at the game.
  • at bat
    You either love it or hate it but baseball has been a staple of American culture for decades. It's not always possible to get eyes on the game you want to watch and this is where app comes into it's own. You'll be able to track live games, past scores and even see who is on the plate and pitching
  • ECB Cricket.
    Australia may hold the ashes but the English Cricket Board have their own Apple Watch app. This app displays real-time updates from the England cricket team, county matches and other games being played around the world.

With the range of Apple Watch apps that are for sports fans, now there is always time to stay up to date with your favourite sports.

Jeremy Cabral

Jeremy is a publisher for, he is also a personal finance all-rounder specialising in: Credit Cards, Savings Accounts, Personal Loans, Home Loans & Online Shopping.

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