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Updated March Madness Live app available for download

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For year, iOS and Android users have been able watch all the March Madness action on their phones and tablets. This year, Windows Phone 8 and Kindle Fire users are invited to the dance.

The newly updated 2014 March Madness Live streaming app is up in up and available for download for iOS, Android, Kindle Fire tablets, and Windows 8 users. The app is free, but games aired on TNT, TBS or TruTV require a cable TV subscription for viewing.

Some other improvements:

Come the Final Four games, there will be three different feeds that viewers can pick to watch. That should drive hardcore fans and alums to the app to watch the games or to use as a complement to the games on a big television.

Of course you can watch the game coverage itself, but now also team-specific presentations. All of the apps also now have a new interface that makes them more friendly for smartphone and tablet screens.

Also this year, you can keep track of your March Madness brackets right in the app, there is a new and improved Gamecenter, and TV listings will be available to view in the interface.

Per NCAA March Madness Live, here is how to log in:

1. Go to or download the app via your Amazon Kindle Fire, iOS, Android, or Windows 8 device
2. Click on the “Select Service Provider” tab
3. Select your TV service provider
4. Enter your username and password that corresponds with the account
5. Enjoy the Madness!

NCAA March Madness Live is available now on the Amazon Appstore, Apple App Store, Google Play & Windows Store. All the action begins March 18.

This year’s NCAA Final Four Semifinals will run on TBS, marking the first time in the event’s 76-year history the event will be televised on cable.