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The only reason I downloaded MBC Sports Scores is because NBC Sports Talk was sunset. The individual article pages are way better, but on the main screen the individual story cards are taller and wider, it is a lot more scrolling to see the same number of stories. Can we get a feature to see more of our favorite writers’ stories? A zoom level? The scores part works well, however my closest friends and I went to FCS/mid-major schools which aren’t included, and I love IndyCar, which isn’t included. Other scores apps include these teams and sports.
I only got this app because the NBC Sports Talk app has been sunset. This new app is terrible. I got the new app so I could continue to follow Sports Talk. There are two major problems. First, if you leave the app to go do something else, like check email or text messages, when you go back to Scores the Sports Talk stories reload and take you back to the most recent story. Also, comments are listened most recent first, so you either have to read the conversations backwards or scroll down to the bottom and make your way back up. Which leads to another problem: when you get to the top of the comments the page automatically scrolls back all the way to the start of the article. The scores portion is heavily biased toward games and events airing on NBC properties. Other sports are are far better for getting scores.
I had the old Sports Talk app for years, so I figured I should at least try the new version. It’s been about a year, I think, and I still can’t stand this bloated mess of an app. Why they moved everything into one app is beyond me. It’s still laggy, buggy, and bloated. Every other sports app is customizable so I don’t have to waste phone space with talk about fantasy sports, car racing, golf, or things I don’t care about. As well, the writers have gotten bad about actually knowing about the teams they’re writing about. Hardball talk is the worst with this. They can’t hide their disdain for certain teams, which seems to be most of the teams, then sound like buffoons when writing about them. I’ll miss PFT, PST, and PBT, but the others have gone way downhill in content. CBT used to look more into the mid-majors, but less so the last few years.
I like the app and would give it 5 stars but it is missing one key feature. If they would add a widget to allow me to see upcoming games and current game scores it would be the only sports app I would need. Unfortunately I still have the competitors app installed because they have this very useful feature. I’ll give NBC time to see if they add it. If the option to have a widget isn’t added I’ll eventually remove it and stick with the one I hate.
I like this app for the scores of most of the sports play in America and around the world. This is especially true about your coverage of Soccer and the NBA. I also would like to more see coverage of car racing like Indy and Formula one. And I would like the coverage of the Giro de Italia as well as the two races in cycling that do. This still a great App, thank you.
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Last update was at Sep 22, 2018and the current version is 3.1.2.
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