A new app which allows users to enter score predictions for the 2010 World Cup has been released for owners of the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. SouthAfricaPhone 1.0 is an app that calculates the users’ input and predicts match results.
Released by MParis the app uses the match predictions in order to play the “What if?” scenario. Users can use the app anywhere and at anytime but sync with the SouthAfricaPhone website to get scores after a game.
The developer has also released a Windows version of the app for users who have a PC or PDA. The program supports nine languages which include English, Spanish, French, and Italian. The program has schedules for all 64 matches in any of 26 time zones.
SouthAfricaPhone 1.0 is on the App Store for $3.99. Requires iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad with OS 3.1.3 or later.
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