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BBC Sports app now has widget for top stories

With the sheer number of apps that we have installed on our smartphones and tablets, we don't get to open them everyday (unless you do need them for work or school). But what if you really wanted to be updated about something that interests you but you don't have time to open up the app everyday? If your interest is sports, then you'd probably be happy that the BBC Sports app's newest update is giving you a widget to make things easier for you.

Table Tennis Touch update: 4,000 more devices you can play it on

Do you think you're a world-class table tennis player by now? Well, at least, by digital standards, if you've been "practicing" (playing) really hard on that Android game we told you about a few weeks ago. Table Tennis Touch is a critically acclaimed game that has just gotten an update that can add even more people to its roster, fixing some of the things that went slightly wrong with its first release last month.

Football Manager Classic 2015 now available for high-end Android tablets

Frustrated football fans make the best football managers. Well, we don't have any real evidence to back that up yet, except for the number of people who go on to play Football Manager whenever their team suffers a huge loss and they blame the manager. Now one of the best and biggest football mobile games is back, better than ever, and it now has support for high-end Android tablets. Welcome to the world of Football Manager Classic 2015.

MLB Manager 2015 is a baseball fan’s dream managing app

Have you ever known a sport so radically inclined to numbers and data as baseball? We know of none that come even close to the dedication of a baseball fan to knowing batting averages and number of pitches thrown by their team’s starting pitcher. Translate that into a game app and you get MLB Manager 2015, possibly a micromanager’s dream app because of the sheer number of things you can manage.

Motion Tennis Cast lets you be a tennis pro (virtually)

If you're a frustrated tennis player or even just a casual one, the mobile tennis games you've been playing haven't really hit the mark. But a new game available for Android devices just might do the trick because it allows you to actually do the motions you would normally do in real tennis play and it will even tell you if your motions have helped you lose a little weight.

Stick Cricket 2: better looking, feature-packed sequel

It might not be the sexiest sport in the world, but cricket does have its passionate fans out there who would truly enjoy having a mobile game version they could play, and a sequel at that. Stick Cricket is back with its second version, which brings new features, a brand new (and improved) look, more tournaments, and more chances of becoming the best player in the club cricket circuit (try saying that fast twenty times).

Stickman Tennis 2015 arrives for Android, tests your gaming skills

If you’re a little turned off by the title “Stickman Tennis 2015”, we highly suggest that you reserve your gaming judgment after you’ve tried the game. Stickman Tennis is already an accomplished title out of iOS and is acclaimed for its gaming qualities. This new title from Djinnworks is not your typical serve-and-smash tennis game – it’s actually very challenging and enjoyable.

SBK14 is the official Superbike game app, now available at Google Play

There’s a big market for sports game apps in the Android ecosystem – and with a little imagination and some intuitive game mechanics, it could be a recipe for great marketing and awareness of any specific sport. A racing sport like the Superbike World Championship has a lot of reasons why it should get into the Android market – maybe that’s why it has now released SBK14, the official Superbike game app, via the Google Play Store.

NBA All Star app will give hoop fans best NYC experience

Hardcore NBA fans are already making their plans for the NBA All Star weekend at the Madison Square Garden in New York City and the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. With that in mind, the NBA hopes to help hoop fans squeeze out every drop of hoop excitement with the NBA All Star NYC Android app – designed to give sports fans great insider access to all the action.

Enjoy all the NFL side action on YouTube and Google Search

Last year, the world was gripped by everything football as the 2014 edition of the World Cup was held in Brazil. Google was at the forefront of providing all the action for people who unfortunately couldn't be there in person. Now, it's the time for a different kind of football, as SuperBowl Weekend is almost upon us. Once again, Google wants to provide NFL fans with an easy way to be caught up in all the pre, during and post game goodies.
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