Commonwealth Games 2010: Live updates and mobile streaming

By Peter Chubb - Oct 4, 2010

The Delhi 2010 Commonwealth Games is well underway, and for those who would like to be kept up-to-date with all what is going on we can suggest a couple of ways. The first is via Twitter, and the second is with a mobile app accessed on your smartphone.

First let us take a look at the Twitter page @commonwealthdel, which is the official page for the XIX Commonwealth Games. Currently there are 5,962 – not exactly the amount that followed the 2008 Olympic Games.

The mobile application has been developed by Zoomi and offers a host of features, such as news, videos, photos, standings and much more. What’s more, if you are in the Delhi area, then you will never get bored, as there are all kinds of information about the area. For more details on the app visit SmileofIndia.

We know that not many people have been turning up to watch the games live, so this app looks set to be a very popular way to stay up-to-date with all what is going in from the Commonwealth Games.

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  • Yatharth

    naaah! thr s no competition btwn India & Australia .. .. ..Australia s gonna beat us by a huge margin. we cant b a competitor, until we do something in atheletics n aquatics!!!

    n y d heck is cricket not into CWG, in spite of having 9 test playin nations in the participants. !!!! SHOCKKKING, , isn't it .!? ?!?!????:(