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Univision Deportes app with Spain vs. Chile coverage in Spanish

It is no secret just how passionate Spain is when it comes to supporting their sporting heroes, and with so many Spanish-speaking people around the world it was obvious that the Univision Deportes app would be updated for the World Cup.

If you have not already done so, then might we suggest you download the Univision Deportes app, as you will be able to listen and watch today’s Spain vs. Chile coverage in Spanish.

With this app you will be able to live stream the Spain vs. Chile match that take place at 3PM Eastern, 4PM local time in Rio and 8PM in the UK. You will also be able to rewind live stream if something amazing catches your eye during each World Cup 2014 match, and it is not just Spanish, as you can also set it for an English interface.

Because this app caters more for those of you who speak Spanish, then you will be able to keep an eye on those other Spanish speaking countries taking part in this year’s World Cup. This includes Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Costa Rica, Honduras, Ecuador and Argentina.

One would presume that the Univision Deportes app would offer extensive World Cup 2014 coverage of these Spanish speaking countries, although they are more than likely to favor Spain far more.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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