Sports Feed - Live Scores Widget

Developer: SportsFeed LLC

Current Version: 1.0.1

Last Updated: 3 years ago

Download Size: 1.2 MB - Download

Description:

* Setup your favorite teams and quickly check scores
* Compact & uncluttered design - just the games you want to see

Are you looking to instantly access personalized live scores and schedule straight from your desktop? Look no further! Sports Feed's Widget for OS X has you covered.

Follow all the game action from NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, NCAA (Football and Basketball), MLS, EPL & LALIGA.

Download the Sports Feed widget to see scores and games right in Notification Center on OS X and be one click away from box scores with play-by-play.

For the latest team news download our iOS app! Available now on the App Store.

Have any questions, qualms, or feedback? Contact us: [email protected]

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Release Notes:

For the latest team news download our iOS app! Available now on the App Store.

Bug Fixes:
- Fix for MLS teams mixup
- Now including complete NCAA teams

NEW: European Soccer - EPL & LALIGA
- Follow the latest across all English Premier League & LALIGA BBVA clubs

NEW: 20% faster loading when multiple games are live

Feedback? We're listening: [email protected]

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 1.0.0
Review by Bangin

great - So much easier than every other dashboard and web app i’ve used on my computers.

Found helpful by 3 out of 3 people
1/5
Version 1.0.1
Review by fbara

Stay away! - Updating my previous review. The Mac app stopped working a few days ago. I tried to contact the company for support but all the links go directly to the App Store! How did Apple let this happen? That means there is no support. Stay away from this app and this company!

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people

More Reviews for Current Version

2/5
Version 1.0.1
Review by Cheryl~

Support for macOS Sierra needed! - Was working fine, until I updated to macOS Sierra. Now it shows no events whatsoever. I tried removing it from the notification center and then adding it again, and this does not fix the issue. Please update this to run with the new OS!

Found helpful by 3 out of 3 people
4/5
Version 1.0.1
Review by rickobe

Good, but a couple things could be improved - Very nice free widget. Replaces the Yahoo widget which no longer works. A couple of suggestions: 1) It uses a LOT of vertical space, taking up about half vertical space in Notification Center on my 1920x1200 laptop screen. Lots of blank space could be eliminated to reduce the vertical footprint. 2) It’s very nice that when you click on a score or upcoming game, it takes you to a website for details. It would be nice if the app would let you choose which website was used. Right now, it takes me to ESPN for MLB games and CBS for NHL games. I’d like it to take me to ESPN for all.

Found helpful by 3 out of 4 people
4/5
Version 1.0.1
Review by Yankyy

Suggestions - Just a suggestion but if there’s a way to have a notification pop up with scores during halftime or the end of each quarter that would be great. Similar to notifications that pop up when an imessage is received.

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people
2/5
Version 1.0.1
Review by chateauwackeau

Very Disappointing - It is not reliable. Picking your teams is a waste of time because the application cannot be relied upon to provide the scores for the teams selected. Since the beginning of the college football season, the application has failed to provide a single score of the two teams I selected. When it does report a score of any selected team it gives a score from two to three days ago - who cares?

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people
3/5
Version 1.0.1
Review by [email protected]@@

Very good, not perfect - Everyone probably wants something slightly different from this type of sports app widget that can be viewed in my Today View side panel in OS X Yosemite, but this is what I want: * Schedule of upcoming sports game for teams I select (date, time, and, very importantly to me, TV network) * Ideally don’t take up too much space and look pretty (smallish font, possibly team logos) This gets 5 stars for my first item — unlike its only competitor (the Yahoo! sports app), this one gives me the TV network for the upcoming game, which is important so I know which channel to turn to. That’s huge for me and the main reason I want this type of app. The second item is good but not perfect. It’s a simple and clean app, which I like, but the font is a little large (takes up more space, which is okay if you only follow one team but too big if you follow several teams), it doesn’t have team logos (not a deal breaker), and it includes (bizarrely) gambling statistics (like over-under points, which I definitely don’t want but can’t seem to get rid of). Like the Yahoo app, it also includes the score of the most recent game, which is nice although not necessary since I want this mainly for the upcoming schedule. By comparison to it’s only competitor, the Yahoo! app, this is way better for me for two reasons: (1) it includes the TV network of upcoming games and (2) it’s way smaller (the Yahoo! app seems to want to include a gazillion previous game scores and gazillion upcoming games, along with trending game scores, whatever that means, and it’s divided into a past and upcoming game panes that you have to manually click to switch between — by comparison, this app just gives you the most recent past score and the soonest upcoming game scheduled, nothing else, and it’s all right there in one screen without having to click buttons to switch between past and upcoming games). If I had recommendations for the app developers, it would be these: * Make the gambling data optional, something I can turn off in the settings * Make the font slightly smaller so I can cram more teams in without taking up too much space * If possible (it might not be), add in the team logos (which just add a little prettiness and offialness feel to the app that Yahoo’s app has already) * Add more customization features (such as allowing me to turn on/off the past game scores, allowing me to set the number of upcoming and past games I want in the pane, selecting the order in which teams will appear in the list of scheduled/past games, possibly font size, possibly the ability to limit what games are shown based on what TV networks I have available to me including local affiliates so that I only see the schedule for games I can actually watch based on the TV channels I’ve got subscriptions to — for instance, I wouldn’t want to see the schedule for every game of a team I’m following if the next game is on NBA TV but I don’t own NBA TV and therefor can’t watch that game)

Found helpful by 15 out of 16 people
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