March Madness trumps LeBron's fortune-telling skills

March Madness is here, marking the official start of the NCAA's men's and women's basketball tournaments. To keep on top of all of the games and find out if their brackets are busted, fans can take advantage of NCAA March Madness On Demand app for live streaming video of the games. Contrast that basketball nirvana with another app, Lebron Fortune Teller, in which NBA star LeBron James serves as a kind of Magic 8-Ball, and it's quick to see which one is the best bet for basketball fans. The apps are the latest to be highlighted by FierceMobileContent's new feature, Appealing/Appalling, a weekly spotlight on the best and the worst that mobile developers have to offer. Special feature

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