(Above: Ernie Johnson, Jim Nantz, Grant Hill and Bill Raftery at the NCAA March Madness Media Day.)

Good news, sports fans: the NCAA March Madness Live app is redesigned and better than ever. And just in time for the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship, which begins with Selection Sunday March 15.

The newly redesigned app – developed in partnership with NCAA, Turner Sports and CBS Sports – features a sleeker design, improved navigation, all-new GameCenter experience, a new "run" game, and new sections focused on giving fans exactly what they want: more content than ever before.

Fans will have access to all games airing live on TNT, TBS and truTV by logging in with their TV service provider information, and all games broadcast on CBS with no registration required. They'll also be able to watch all 67 Tournament games on their mobile device with NCAA March Madness Live, as well as live-streaming on TNT, TBS and truTV's digital platforms and participating TV provider websites.

For the NCAA Final Four® national semifinals on April 4 from Indianapolis, NCAA March Madness Live will provide three distinct live video streams of both games to provide unprecedented viewing options for fans – live streaming of the traditional game coverage provided on TBS, along with streams of the team-specific presentations offered via TNT and truTV. The national championship game will be broadcast Monday, April 6, on CBS.

To learn more about NCAA March Madness Live, including new sections and features, read the full press release.