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5 Arsenal FC iPhone apps that fans need

Arsenal can be the best team to watch in world but don’t always get the expected result. Can Arsenal get much deserved success this year? For all the Arsenal fans out there that require valuable information about their team, one of the best ways to get details of what is going on at The Arsenal is by using iPhone apps. Find out what the score is or who is on the bench at any time. Gain historic knowledge about the club and keep up to date with current news. You might want to know how many goals Dennis Bergkamp scored during his time there or who is the next transfer target. We have come up with five Arsenal apps that the Gooners supporters will need to monitor updates and valuable information.

Arsenal by Arsenal Football Club PLC is available for £2.99 or $4.99 through the iTunes App Store. This is the ideal app for Arsenal fans designed with the iPhone and iPad in mind. With tables, fixtures and player biographies you can follow the first team game live on the app. Get all the latest, breaking Arsenal news and live match updates with the Official Arsenal App for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. UEFA Champions League games are not included in the free highlights with this app.

AFC Soccer Diary by SpringApp Technologies Inc is accessible at the App Store for £2.99/$4.99. With a compete history of the club including the games and players this application is ideal for Arsenal fans to support their team. Discover the story of all the clubs managers and greatest players. Get information on what year the club was founded, how many goals Thierry Henry scored, what the highest game score and Arsenal’s European Cup-Winners Cup success.

Live Scores – Arsenal by Absolute Radio is a free application at the App Store. This app allows you to keep updated on key information with Absolute Radio’s Barclays Premier League commentary team. There are live updates straight from Arsenal games as well as all the other Premier League games with official Barclays Premier League statistics. Find out everything you need about the match with goal scorers, bookings, dismissals, substitutions, team line-ups, match stats and a live league table. Hear Jim Proudfoot’s brilliant Commentary Challenge successes and suggest some of your own by email in the app.

Arsenal – News, Rumours & Gossip by RogueGames is available for £1.49/$1.99 at the App Store. Keep an eye on the latest news, gossip, rumors and transfers with this easy to use application. This is an Un-Official club app that requires internet connect to load information. Use this app to chat to other fans and share articles using email, Facebook and Twitter.

North London News by Skweet is available for £1.99 or $2.99 at the AppShopper and App Store respectively. This is a newsreader dedicated to Arsenal FC with the latest stories from a large number of sources so you can see what stories are currently popular. Kick News is rapidly becoming the most relevant source of football news on the iPhone and the entire web. Just click on any story in the list and read the article directly from the app via the built in web-browser. Get news and information concerning Arsenal even on slow news days.

These apps are an ideal way for fans to get the information they need. With the start of a new season and transfer rumors all summer, it is time for manager Arsene Wenger to show us that Arsenal are more that just a team that plays great football. As a fan of football, in general I feel the Arsenal are amazing to watch, but sometimes try to walk the ball into the net. Do you feel Arsene Wenger runs Arsenal like a business? With other teams investing lots of money Arsenal have to prove that its not just money that rules football. These apps are compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, also available at Appshopper.

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Written by Marlon Votta

Marlon joined the Product Reviews team in March 2011. He brings a wide-range of experience to PR, and has studied and worked in a diverse range of industries. These include art and design, a Horticulturalist, graphics and printing. Personal interests include music, football, boxing, traveling, and different languages, although Marlon has an Italian background. He now looks to expand his computer and tech knowledge by writing news on the latest trends in this industry. Follow Marlon if you’re looking for an unbiased view of the latest products, and tech services.

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