Manchester United news now with free Android Apps

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Manchester United is arguably the most supported club in the world with millions of fans across the globe. Keeping up to date with the happenings inside Old Trafford on and off the pitch will be important for many fans. We have already given you iOS apps to help you do this, so today we have Manchester United news now with free Android apps.

First we have a free application which you can download via the Android Market called Man Utd. News. The application will provide users with all the latest news, results, tables, and much more. It has been given good ratings from users and is available to download now.

Another free application is Manchester United – Latest News, which offers users news from many different sources. There is also live scores and commentary, and push goal alerts. The application provides all the latest gossip and transfer rumors, and users can also get news on other teams from around the world. There is even gossip from Twitter so head over to the Android Market to download.

TeamReader: Manchester United is a free application that promises to be the fastest and easiest way to get all the latest news and results on your Android device. There is live commentary by Sky Sports and the BBC. Other sources include Eurosport, Daily Mail, Telegraph, Official News, and many more. TeamReader: Manchester United is available on the Android Market.

Man Utd Fanatic is also available free on the Android Market and promises to be the ideal companion for Manchester United fans everywhere. It provides all the latest news, podcasts, Twitter feeds, fixtures, and tables.

MANCHESTER UNITED PAGE is an application that will give users all the latest news about the team and all the hottest blog entries from eleven different news sources. These include Mantd.com, Skysports.com, Soccernet.com, BBC.co.uk, and more. Users will also never miss a score again with live soccer scores from any league in the world. Download the app free at the Android Market.

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