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Fulham FC gains major Android update

With the new football season already underway we knew that many UK teams would update their apps in order for fans to get the most from their mobile phones and tablets. The Fulham FC app has recently received a major Android update to version 4.0 and with it brings a host of new features and improvements. You should download this app ready for the Fulham FC vs. Wolverhampton Wanderers match, which will be played live tonight and should see Ross McCormack return from a rest on the bench.

The app has already received massive improvements, such as match highlights, slide out menu, notifications, live match audio and much more. However, there were still a few things that needed to be improved.

What new with Fulham FC app version 4.0 — There are now u21 and u18 fixtures and results, as well as design updates to make the app feel a whole lot fresher. It is not just the Android version that has received an update, as the Fulham FC app for iPhone and iPad has also benefited from the same improvements, although it also comes with a cleaner iOS 7 look, which is a bit late seeing as though iOS 8 will be released next month.

We wanted to offer user reviews since this latest update, but it seems as though no users have decide to offer their thoughts. We wonder if this would have been a different story had it been an update to the Manchester United, City or Chelsea app?

The previous version did have an issue with how slow it was in informing users of the latest news, and since there is no mention of this in the improvements one can only assume that this could be an ongoing issue, unless it was quietly updated without our knowledge?

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Written by Peter Chubb

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