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Best Manchester United apps, but no official app

With the FIFA 14 release date looming we thought this would be an ideal opportunity to look at some of the Android and iOS apps for some of the top Premiership clubs, as you would imagine Manchester United has to be the first on the list. Before we begin, do not think that we are being biased, it is just Man-United finished on top last season, and so it seems the right choice to start with this team first.

Best Manchester United apps — Not being a football (soccer for those in the US) fan, I was shocked to see that there has not been an official Manchester United app released, and it is clear by looking at a few forums and speaking to a few friends one is clearly wanted by the fans.

However, this has led to an influx of unofficial Man-United apps for Android and iOS users, with some offering news and other information, to comical games.

First up we have Team Manchester United app for iOS and is said to be the perfect tool for true fans of the team to keep fully informed throughout the season. The news on this app has been gathered by more than 20,000 sources, and so you know what you will be reading is the most up-to-date it can be.

Manchester United Massive app for iOS devices is another popular choice with the fans, but unlike the app above this one is not free and will cost you £0.69. You will get all the latest Red Devils news and videos, as well as text commentary from every game the team plays.

Manchester United: FanZone app for Android is one of the better Red Devils apps on the Google Play Store because it brings you all the latest news, gossip and team stats.

Manchester United News app for Android looks like it is the best app for Man-United fans with an Android device, as it has been given the best review rating by fans. The reason for this is because all the latest news, fixtures and results are supplied by BBC Sport, The Guardian, Goal and Mail Online.

While none of these are the official Manchester United App, they are more than good enough until the team decides to release one of their own.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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