World Cup Live App: What’s Yours?

By Peter Chubb - Jun 14, 2010

As you would expect the 2010 FIFA World Cup has sparked an increase in the amount of football inspired apps for smartphones – with the iPhone having the most thanks to Apple’s App Store. We have discussed a few of these in the past; we thought we would revisit some of the best so far.

The first is the Official England App For UK Fans, we would have assumed that this iPhone application would have been downloaded a huge amount of times before the game on Saturday – not certain how popular it is at the moment. Anyway, this app is just for keeping up-to-date with the England squad and how far they progress.

Another is Total Football 2010 and is for the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch. Once you download and install this app you will then be able to analyze all 64 games of the 2010 World Cup.

Then there is iTeam 1.2 for iPhone and allows you to organize player stats, venues and much more from the tournament. We are certain that team managers will use this app to help keep a closer eye on the strengths and weaknesses of other players.

One of the best apps has to be from ESPN, this is perfect to get you closer to the game as you will be able to watch live streaming online of each match.

These are just some of the 2010 FIFA World Cup apps available, what’s yours?

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