Navscore promotes itself as a scoreboard for various sports events, when in fact its score-keeping functions are only a small part of this app. Its primary function is to offer live sports events streamed to your smartphone, similar to how Netflix streams movies to your smartphone.
This app offers sports schedules, and if you try the links at the right time, then the live events will be streamed to your smartphone. You cannot save the matches, but you could try an audio recorder if you wish to save the commentary.
Can I get Navscore on Android?
The Navscore sports results app has been taken down from Google Play for infringing broadcasting rules regarding live sporting events. Nevertheless, you can still download the app from various online websites.
The app is free to use because it is supported by adverts. The games you see are from all levels of sport, from college football to national games.
Can you watch live matches on Navscore?
Yes, you can watch a variety of live sports events through the Navscore app. The app's promotional material does not state openly that it allows you to watch streamed sports matches for free, but the app is loaded with links to free streaming services. The app has a video player that renders the videos as they stream.
Sadly, many of the links to live games are often broken before the game starts, so you have to keep trying different ones until you, hopefully, find a link that is still active.
A nice effort with just a few problems
This streaming app doesn't curate its links very well, which means many of the streaming links are broken. This means you have to frustratingly search using trial and error to find workable streams.
Also, the streams come from third-party sports streaming services, which means buffering and lag become a problem when too many people are watching at the same time. The video player within the app is quite serviceable, but buffering times can become a little long during peak times when streaming popular sporting events.