If you are a big Liverpool fan and are looking for the latest and up to date Liverpool FC news, we may have some useful information for you. Liverpool FC apps for iOS, iPad and Android are becoming very popular and as we enter 2014, we have a selection of some of the best for you to consider.
As usual, it is a nervous time to be a Liverpool fan as we approach the second half of the 2013/14 EPL, with Liverpool only in 4th position after being top just before Christmas. Still though, optimism remains high for a Champion’s League finish this season, especially with record breaker Luis Suarez in such a rich vein of form.
To ensure that you never miss out on any Liverpool FC news after and in the build up to match days, we have some apps which you may want to try out. For iOS and iPad users, one of the most popular choices that we have seen and used ourselves is Team Liverpool.
This app is easily one of the best free downloads available, serving as an aggregator which collects all of the different Liverpool news and January transfer rumors into one easy to find place. There’s also a table section which is updated regularly, allowing fans to always have a quick glance at the EPL table when necessary.
Other apps which deserve a mention, include Kop News and the official Liverpool FC Match & News Centre app. However, the latter is an app which you have to pay for and there are some complaints that it isn’t updated enough regularly.
For Android users, one of the best Liverpool FC apps on Android that is free, is the MyTeam Liverpool FC app. It’s another aggregator based app and has received great feedback from those that have it. For a closer look to see if it’s worth the download, you may want to check out the Google Play reviews here.
The LFCNews app for Android is also one of the best. It will offer you a free source of Liverpool FC news when you need it, but also includes Twitter updates as well from everything connected to the club – you’ll know how enjoyable Liverpool FC Tweets can be sometimes, especially from former players.
Alternatively, feel free to offer your personal choice on which app you think is best for Liverpool FC fans.
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