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Olympic medal count for 2012 on iPhone

Following on from the Olympics opening ceremony and apps that featured live video streams we now wanted to highlight some more useful apps, which provide details on the Olympic medal count for 2012 and also feature a tally table. This allows sports fans to keep connected to the latest news while mobile, and if you have Android or an iOS device like the iPhone, then these apps will help you keep up with the latest news and Olympic medal count for London 2012.

The official London 2012 app delivers the results first — this is one of the best apps for providing the latest 2012 Olympic news, and the recent update to version 1.3 included media optimizations and speed improvements. Speed is one of the benefits when using apps compared to navigating the Internet while mobile, and if you want to get the latest medal count and results fast then you’re best to use an app.

This app gives you insight into each of the participating athletes; a full schedule for the 2012 Olympics, live updates, and also details the medals as they’re awarded. You can view the Olympic medal count by sport, athlete, and also by country. You can see the official video for the London 2012 Results app below, which gives you a quick review of the main features. You can find the full features detailed on the iTunes page, although we’d love to hear from you if you’ve installed this app already.

If you are an Android user then the official London 2012 app can also be downloaded for your smartphone, which can be found on the Google Play store here. Both the Android and iOS versions have above 4 star ratings, so it looks like most users are happy with the free service this app provides.

Do you prefer to find out the latest 2012 Olympic news and medal count online, or via apps? If you like to get a quick update online then one of the best places for this can be found on this page, which is for the London 2012 website and lists the current 2012 medal count by country. They show the number of Gold, Silver, and Bronze medals and also the total for each country.

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Written by Daniel Chubb

Daniel is the CEO of Dansway Communications LTD and founder of; a top blog dedicated to breaking tech news, hands-on reviews and delivers real solutions to everyday consumer electronics hang-ups.

Daniel now spends his time keeping an eye on the latest technology and business trends. Also developing other blogs/news sites in the entertainment and business industries.

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