Independent developer Darko Sancanin today announces Hoop Stream for iOS, a Sports app that allows users to easily follow tweets from professional basketball players, teams, and the NBA. Part of his Stream Apps Suite, which includes twitter clients that track pro Tennis, Hockey, Baseball, and Mixed Martial Arts athletes, Hoop Stream gives users a first hand look into the lives of pro players. The app also allows users to follow community reactions and opinions via Twitter keyword hashtags.
InnoLab challenges gamers to play basketball and try bowling in outer space with the launch of its newly updated Cosmic Ball application for iPhone and iPad, an app that puts a fast-paced new spin on two classic games. Players race the clock to make as many baskets as they can. But in space, players cannot use their hands to aim the basketball – they must bounce it off a platform that is controlled by moving the iPhone or iPad.
Louisville based Pure Concepts, LLC today announces PocketBracket 2011 for iOS and Android powered devices. PocketBracket allows you to create unlimited brackets, organize pools, and follow the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. In addition, compete among users on the PocketBracket Network as well as your friends and coworkers. It is the only mobile application to offer all of these features in one and for multiple devices. Game On.
CHR Sports Events Management today released Hoops Clipboard 1.2 for iPad users. The application is a combination of whiteboard for developing play strategies and a detailed statistics tracker. Basketball coaches can easily draw plays and move player positions with their fingers then save, export, email and print plays, or review them line by line. Hoops Clipboard makes managing home and away rosters simple and offers full court, half court, NBA and NCAA court types support.
The college football and men’s basketball site Lost Lettermen has released Lost Lettermen 1.0.3, its first iPhone app that includes a news feed to the most up-to-date content on its site. Lost Lettermen is a database of 150,000 former college football and men’s basketball players that answers the question “Where are they now?”. The profiles detail each player’s college career, post-college life and current whereabouts.