The ICC World T20 India 2016 World Cup has kicked off and with that the cricket fans all over the world are glued to the screens to keep themselves updated with the live score of their favorite team. That screen may be a computer screen, laptop screen or better yet, a mobile screen. Being able to stay updated with everything cricket is important when you are at work or for some reasons can’t watch the cricket match the entire day.
We have already published our list of 6 apps to track live cricket score, but, in today’s fast lane, people often don’t have time to open the apps and check the score. What if we told you that you can see live cricket score on lock screen of your phone? Yes, you read that right. In this tutorial we show you how to see live cricket score on lock screen of your phone. And no, this isn’t limited to the current world cup matches.
How to see live cricket score on lock screen
Step 1: The very first thing you will have to do is download UC Browser from Google Play Store. After downloading it, open the app and tap on ‘Search‘. Type ‘uc cricket‘ in ‘search bar’.
After doing the search, click on the search result showing the link ‘uccricket.ucweb.com‘. You will be taken to the UC Cricket’s page where you will see details about the current or upcoming cricket matches.
Step 2: As you soon as you go the UC Cricket’s page, the notification bar will start showing the cricket match details along Google quick search and Facebook notifications.
If the Google search bar and Facebook notification becomes annoying, you can disable them by clicking on the settings icon which will take you to ‘Quick Access‘ from where you can toggle the switches to disable them.
You will only see the live cricket score in the notification bar. Now you can lock your phone. When you press the power button to unlock your phone, you will see live cricket score on lock screen of your phone.
If there’s no match being played currently, you will see the time and date of the upcoming match. As you can now see live cricket score on lock screen, you don’t have to unlock your phone and open the app every time to check the score.
There’s also a floating widget called UC Express which is in the shape of a cricket ball. It lets users gain access to the cricket content quickly.
If the UC Express widget becomes annoying, you can disable it by touching the three horizontal lines and then tapping on the ‘Setting’ option just above it. You will then be taken to the UC Express settings where you can toggle the switch to disable the widget.
We hope you liked this tutorial and we are sure that having the ability to see live cricket score on lock screen of your phone will save you time. Give us your reviews in the comments below. For much such guides, head on to our How-To Guides section.