The app uses a color and number system to tell users which games are the most exciting to watch.
A score of 85 to 100 indicates a great game, 65 to 84 a good game, 40 to 64 an okay game and so on, which can be useful when so many games look the same and it’s hard to determine which ones to watch.
March Madness will be gone before you’re able to say the word “buzzer beater,” so if you want to create a bracket and stay on top of all the tournament going-ons, you may want to go the smartphone-application route, as opposed to filling out a bracket by hand or using an app that requires a lot statistical research on your part. March Madness is supposed to be fun, not resemble a difficult math assignment, right?
Story provided by ConsumerAffairs.