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Kentucky Derby 2011 App With Facebook, & Twitter Updates

The latest Kentucky Derby 2011 app is out just in time for the start of the event, and one of the new features is Facebook and Twitter Updates. The app has all what you need, such as event lineup, horses, betting details, tickets, and so much more. This May 4th update has done wonders and is better than any previous version.

With the event lineup fans of the sport will be able to see what events are coming up, along with all the races. You can then create your own personal schedule so that you never miss a thing. One of the best features is reading up on the info for all competing horses, this will allow you to choose your favorites.

Facebook, and Twitter updates is a much welcome feature, and means that you can keep right up to date with the news as it happens. For those of you who wish to bet on the 2011 Kentucky Derby, then you can learn all there is to know about making bets — chances are you already know your way around this area?

If you are considering going to the event, then there is a direct link within the app to Churchill Downs online box office. Finally, the app would not be complete without offering details of the complete TV and radio schedule. Not only is this app for the iPhone, but now supports the iPad as well. For more details visit iTunes.

Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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