World Cup Standings and 2010 Results: Do Apps Help You?

World Cup 2010 has only just got started and this year the Internet has helped more than before, this can be seen on social networks like Twitter, with tweets in the thousands every hour after each game.

One example was the game between Brazil and Ivory Coast today, after Kaka got a red card Twitter heated up with tweets about the decision being wrong. Social media brings the discussion and news updates to the masses far quicker than any World Cup before.

Google has made it pretty easy to get the latest World Cup results with a quick Google search showing a link to the results, scores, and more. If your on the move, then you may want options for World Cup standings and results directly to your mobile, this can be done with the latest iPhone application, but how many people use this method?

If you have Internet access on the go, and with sites like Google offering results and standings from one quick search, are apps quicker? Let us know in the poll below and the comments. In this World Cup, are apps helping you track the information?

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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.

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