When you click on a game in the app, you will be taken to the Preview tab, which is loaded with helpful information. First and foremost, you can see all of the pertinent info for the game (team info, game time, TV channel, location) and track any bets you may have made on it. You can also find any articles published related to the game. If you swipe to the side on the article section, you'll see any other articles for that game.
Below that is the Gameday EDGE section, which focuses on betting percentages and sharp activity. You can toggle between the spread, total and moneyline by tapping the respective buttons.
Next up is 'Line Move' section, which features line graphs for the spread, over/under and each team's moneyline. This shows how the line has moved since opening. In the picture below, the Heat opened at +4, moved to +5 rather quickly, and then moved back to +4.5, where the line has remained for an extended period of time.
Below that are the top player props for the game, as well as referee assignments and statistics. You can view all available props for the game by clicking 'See More Props', which will take you to the Props tab.
Each referee has spread and over/under data tracked, which will be listed next to their names. For example, home teams have gone 9-5 against the spread (ATS) with Marat Kogut as a referee, while unders are 7-7.
The last part of the Preview tab features the 'Compare Odds' section and injuries. Click here for a full explanation of the 'Compare Odds' section.
'Compare Odds' highlights the best possible odds for each side at each of the books you've selected. For example, say you have accounts at FanDuel, DraftKings and PointsBet. If you were going to take the Heat on either the spread or moneyline, FanDuel (+5 (-110), +176) has the best odds. If you wanted to take the Raptors, PointsBet (-4.5 (-105)) has the best spread, while either DraftKings or PointsBet offers the best moneyline (-200).