5 Apps to Watch FIFA World Cup 2010 Live on your iPhone




iphone-3gsThe FIFA World Cup 2010 is here. The whole football world is seemingly crazy over the thrill, excitement and the drama that will be brought to their TV screens once the world cup starts. However, what if you could not watch the match on your TV? Whatever the reason, there is no need to get worried about. We’ve got five of the best apps which would help iPhone users to stay in touch with the latest happenings during the FIFA World Cup 2010, right from their very own iPhone.

A brief preview of the five topmost iPhone apps for FIFA World Cup 2010 is given below:

1. ESPN FIFA World Cup

ESPN FIFA World Cup updates users with live tournament stats and tables with full tournament schedules. It allows users to select their preferred team and show their support to everyone. The best part about this app is that one can share his/her teams, comments, feedback via Twitter, Facebook and even e-mails. This app is available for both the iPhone as well as the iPod Touch.

2. Sky Sports Live Football Score Centre

Sky Sports Live Football Score provides users detailed info of every match. Its feature includes live scores, commentary, match stats, pictures. Player profiles and updated news on teams and the World Cup are also part of this app.

3. World Football Live! (iFootball)

Also dubbed as iFootball, this interesting app offers something that lacks the onter apps which we are previewing. It gives users the ability to browse offline; users can read all the news even when there is no EDGE or 3G available. Apart from this one can share the links of articles through emails to all their friends. It brings all the latest news about matches from BBC sports, Yahoo, Euro Sports and ESPN. This is a wholesome app for following the FIFA World Cup 2010 from the iPhone.

4. AP 2010 World Cup Coverage

This unique app brings multi-language support to the iPhone for following the world cup. If you’re not a native English speaker and want to follow your team in your own language, the AP 2010 World Cup Coverage app is for you. You can choose from English, Spanish, French and Portugese to use this app and follow the cup. Also, with AP 2010 World Cup Coverage you can enjoy a feature-rich multimedia experience with enabled video, match schedules, live scores. It also includes star player profiles, pictures and video information.

5. South Africa Tracker

Last but not the least; we have the South Africa tracker. This nifty little app provides the user all the information about the matches. It also sets the match time according to the desired Time Zone of the user so that you one can never miss any match because of time confusions. This handy little app is available for the iPhone and iPod Touch.

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