iScore Central Game Viewer

iScore Central Game Viewer

By Sports Illustrated Play LLC

  • Category: Sports
  • Release Date: 2015-05-19
  • Current IOS App Version: 2.03
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 87.07 MB
  • IOS App Developer: Sports Illustrated Play LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 2.5
2.5
From 163 IOS App Ratings

Description

Download iScore Central today to view live Scorecasts of your favorite young sports stars' games. Whether it’s soccer, baseball, softball, football or basketball - you’ll never miss a game – ever again! Perfect for working moms and dads who are stuck in the office, grandparents at the other end of the country, or any fan who wants to experience all the play-by-play excitement of their favorite young sports stars games. Also get access to the team’s website to view schedules, player stats, and more. All users get access to: • Watch live scorecasts for FREE • Watch unlimited replays of live scorecasts • Push notifications for live score updates Want more? iScore Central Premium gives you access to: • Boxscores • Detailed player stats • Live play-by-play • Scorecast radio New subscribers can try iScore Central Premium, free for 7 days, then just $1.99/month or $19.99/year thereafter. === SUBSCRIPTION DETAILS This app has an optional recurring subscription option as described above (iScore Central Premium) that has a subscription price of $1.99/month or $19.99/year. iScore Central Premium gives you access to: • Boxscores • Detailed player stats • Live play-by-play • Scorecast radio • Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase • Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period • Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal • Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase • Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable SPORTSENGINE TERMS OF USE: https://www.sportsengine.com/solutions/legal/terms_of_use/ SPORTSENGINE PRIVACY POLICY: https://www.sportsengine.com/solutions/legal/privacy_policy/

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Reviews

  • Update is terrible

    3
    By Abbottblue
    Go back to the old version
  • Hate the new update...

    2
    By lvbsbllmom
    I used to love, love, love this app for YEARS. However, whatever new version they came out with is just AWFUL!!! You can no longer just follow a team & get simple info in an instance, even with a paid subscription. You can’t just follow a game & scroll up to see past plays or click on a player’s name & find their stats. Sadly, I’m afraid I’m just going to have to switch over to GameChanger after all. 😕
  • Help?

    1
    By matteus2020
    How do I contact help? I downloaded the most recent app and paid for premium but hits do not show up in the box score. What is going on?
  • Terrible app

    1
    By Lovemuscle1232
    This app is terrible. It doesn’t have the basic features that are necessary to even follow a football game. At no point is there anything that denotes which team has the ball. So unless you know all of the players names, good luck trying to guess what’s going on.
  • Uninstalled

    1
    By Frustrated-at-times
    I don’t want the Premium upgrade, but the app apparently won’t work without it. I uninstalled it. Too bad because I have the iScore app and use it all the time to send links to the games I score to family and friends who cannot attend, and my friends and family do the same for me - isn’t that the whole point? Then the link required the app instead of just using a browser, and now they want people to pay for the premium app. Gamechanger anyone?
  • Great app but needs some glitches fixed

    4
    By Doug27703
    This app is great for parents and friends to remotely watch our travel games. Since we have a team website our games are unlocked. However I have tried to upgrade to premium and it will not let upgrade or get premium service.
  • No support

    1
    By SBDad18
    I’ve used iScore for 6 years now, but I went to renew my subscription for our team website and it won’t accept the payment, leaving me unable to access the site. I sent an email to customer support and in almost a week, I have not received a reply. Note: we can use the software and record games, and the stats register on my iPad, but we cannot access the website. There was also no notification in the change in policy of having to now buy the app, and when several of our parents did on gameday, despite their payments being accepted, the app would not load the games, leaving several unhappy followers who were unable to actually attend the game and always relied on iScore.
  • Great in theory, horrible in reality

    1
    By Budder 2005
    I bought this app (and was charged twice for some reason). I could get past being charged twice, if it ever actually worked. The app has only worked for 1 out of every 4 of my child’s games, and that’s only when the scorekeeper at our game has restarted it at least 3 times. It has not EVER worked on the first try. Total waste of time and money.
  • Pigs get slaughtered

    1
    By Madcataz
    The thing that made this such a popular app was the fact that you could use it for free. They’ve now made it a paid quarterly subscription for family and friends to watch the games. For those leagues who can’t afford scoreboards this was such a service for fans and parents to get the live scoring updates. I’m sure they’ve lost plenty of users. Now it’s $5 per user. 10+ kids on a team plus parents and grandparents, you do the math. I would have gladly dealt with advertisements like “Team Snap” has in order to keep this free. Too bad greed got in the way.
  • Terrible Monetization of the Company

    1
    By nicknamejr123
    They took a product that was defined by giving free access to mobile updates for high school games and have put a price tag on it to view scores. Greed kills technology. I was a high school coach the implemented this before it was purchased by ESPN, and it was great. If they would focus on advertising, rather than subscription, then they would succeed... however, i predict the users will decrease over the next fiscal year. This is why ESPN is in the RED!

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