<p>College basketball lovers rejoice - the NCAA is offering free live streaming for every tournament game with the <a data-inlink="A50nxIT1qHIrQI7QbZSE3g&#61;&#61;" href="https://www.lifewire.com/march-madness-iphone-apps-1999359" data-component="link" data-source="inlineLink" data-type="internalLink" data-ordinal="1">March Madness Live</a> app. You&#39;ll need to be connected via Wi-Fi or 3G/4G, but this is a terrific value for any March Madness fan. Games on CBS are available to all users, but games on cable networks like TNT and TBS require that you sign in to your cable company account. The app also integrates with Facebook and Twitter so you can comment on the games in real time. You&#39;ll also have access to live radio broadcasts of all games.</p><p>Create your own March Madness brackets with this app (ESPN, Free) and then compete head to head with your friends, coworkers, and even celebrities and sports figures. Besides the fun of trying for a perfect bracket, using this app can also give you a chance to win US$10,000!</p>The official television home of the NCAA Tournament, CBS, also offers a brackets app for you to play along with at home. More than just picking your brackets, the app delivers live scores, highlights and video analysis, top CBS shows, and personalized push notifications for updates on your favorite teams. You&#39;ll also be able to enjoy live streaming CBS Radio from within the app.<p>If you&#39;re not to content to catch the action from your couch, desk, or phone and just have to feel the madness live, try SeatGeek&#39;s app (SeatGeek Inc., Free). SeatGeek offers a single interface to search across multiple online ticket sellers, including major options like StubHub and eBay. And, since it&#39;s a general purpose app for finding tickets to any live events, it will be useful even after the tournament is over. </p>If you can&#39;t get near a TV during the games, but are close to a satellite radio or computer, you can tune in to the games via SiriusXM satellite radio. SiriusXM requires a monthly subscription, so if you&#39;re not already a user, you may prefer to check out the CBS app for its radio coverage. If you do have SiriusXM, though, you&#39;ll be in hoops heaven all tournament long.While the men&#39;s tournament draws the biggest audience and the biggest headlines, but it&#39;s not the only game in town. The women&#39;s tournament is often just as exciting and features equally dominant performances. Keep up to date with the progress of the Women&#39;s NCAA Tournament, which begins Friday, March 20, with this app. It features live scores, news and videos, and the ability to buy tickets to games and team merchandise.DraftKings is one of the major names in one-day or one-week fantasy sports leagues. Instead of drafting a team that you use for an entire season, with DraftKings, you pick a team a game or two and the pick a new team for the next matchup. While football and other major pro sports dominate DraftKings, the site is full of games in which you can select players in the NCAA Tournament for your teams.Like DraftKings, FanDuel offers one-day and short-term fantasy leagues in which you can select college basketball players in March Madness. If you love fantasy sports and haven&#39;t tried FanDuel or DraftKings yet, you should check them out. Having players to root for makes the games even more exciting!