Mobile connectivity is going to be essential in South African during the 2010 FIFA Soccer World Cup and every friend of mine with an iPhone is talking about the best World Cup iPhone Apps.
For football bans who cannot make it to South Africa for the 2010 World Cup, there is a bit of comfort – HD TV on Sky in the UK and a whole lot of iPhone apps to download. Some of the World Cup apps are games and others have scores, stats, and updates.
I am a Blackberry user, so I can only report what I hear, read and see about World Cup iPhone Apps. But most of them have Android counterparts.
Chris M at iMod looks at iPhone Apps for 2010 World Cup
I dropped in to see what my friend, Cape Town blogger Chris M thinks about World Cup Apps for iPhone and I found, not to my surprise, that he had written about it about a month ago. Chris, who is an iPhone user, seems to fancy the ESPN app. But don’t take my word for it, read 2010 World Cup iPhone Application
FIFA World Cup
By Electronic Arts is the only official World Cup game. (Open iTunes – a customer review by Brianna on iTunes Preview raves: I literally cannot believe how great this game is!!! Guys, really, buy this! The graphics are sick, sound affects are great, and best of all- the commentating (The guy who says who passed the ball ext.) He NEVER repeats phrases and speaks with enthusiasm. Unlike other commentators in Soccer games, I have played before.
Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish
Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iPhone OS 2.2.1 or later.
The Sun Football World Cup App
According to The Sun, if you have an iPhone then visit the App Store, search for ‘Sun Football’ and download the Application. If your smart-phone uses the Android Market Place, then you will also find it in there in the same way.
At only £2.39, the App gives you the very best of SunSport’s unrivalled coverage of the World Cup in South Africa straight to your phone, 24/7.
It includes the latest SunSport news, photo galleries, videos and polls, as well as The Sun’s £250,000 World Cup Dream Team fantasy football game.
SouthAfrica 2010 – World Soccer Cup iTracker + News and Rankings
If you love soccer or if you are thinking of going to South Africa for the FIFA World Cup 2010 (TM), this app is for you! SouthAfrica 2010 is specially designed to provide you with coverage of all the games, and with all the information, you need about this great upcoming tournament.
You do not need to be connected to the Internet to use this app; but if you are connected to the Internet, every time you open this app, it will connect to our server and download the most recent information about the World Cup.
- Information about the Teams, including now FIFA Rankings
- Information about Host Cities
- in-App Maps
- NEW Schedule to access the information about the matches faster
- Internationalizations supported:
- English, Spanish, French, German, and Portuguese.
World Cup Trivia Challenge by Cirrous Naraghi
Brag in the pub about your knowledge of the World cup and of the players- this is one of those fun, factual World Cup iPhone apps.
FIFA 10 by EA SPORTS™ by Electronic Arts
Developers notes of FIFA 10 say: GUIDE YOUR CLUB OR COUNTRY TO GLORY! “Be a Pro” and kick off your own countdown to the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™.
2010 World Cup Schedule
Match schedule for the 2010 South Africa World Cup. All fixtures and results, match calendar, team and venue schedules and profiles
Some of the features include, full tournament schedule of matches, calendar view showing each day’s matches, profiles of all 32 countries and schedule of matches for each team
Top 6 Free World Cup iPhone Apps
Mashable has just released their Top 6 Free World Cup iPhone Apps. Check it out
Vuvuzela for iPhone
Don’t Forget the Vuvuzela for iPhone. In spite of all the complaints and insults it seems like the downloads of vuvuzela apps are heading for cole to a million, ======<() paarp!!
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