NCAA March Madness app with live college basketball arrives on the Amazon Fire TV


College basketball fans will be happy to hear that the Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick have just gained the official NCAA March Madness app which will provide live streams of all tournament games. If you have a cable subscription, you can activate the app to watch all 67 games. Those of you without a cable subscription are not out of luck. The app’s description says all CBS games will stream live, for free, through the app without the need to activate. The app appears to require Fire OS 5, so 1st-gen Fire TV and older Fire TV Stick owners will need to be running software update 5.0.5 to install the app.

  1. Justin says:

    OK, no pressure on rbox. But now there is actually a reason for me to move to 5.0.5. If there is no preroot by next Wednesday, looks like I’ll be following some instructions here for unrooting and hopefully getting the official update quickly.

  2. nealham says:

    No xfinity support as usual. Man I hate Comcast.

    • Will says:

      So Comcast isn’t supporting this at all? I thought I couldn’t access it because I have Comcast internet only but was going to use a family sign on to use the app.

  3. VicTOErE says:

    Today is a good day!

  4. Wodehouse says:

    As the vitriol on Amazon’s review site grows, it is now undeniable:


    It’s officially another Amazon joke.

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