2014 FIFA World Cup Scores and Updates: Top 5 iOS and Android Apps to Stay Updated With Action Taking Place in Brazil
By jaskiran kaur | June 10, 2014 3:58 PM EST
The much-awaited soccer tournament, 2014 FIFA World Cup is set to begin on June 12, 2014. With Brazil as the venue and a total of 64 matches between 32 national teams, things are definitely going to get hot this summer.
For all soccer enthusiasts, staying updated with the live scores and live coverage of 20th FIFA World Cup won't be difficult. FIFA World Cup apps have flooded the app stores. So there is no chance that you can miss out updates on the whole tournament or your favourite teams. Here are top 5 2014 FIFA World Cup apps.
FIFA App: An official mobile app has been launched by FIFA. Although the app has received several complaints of crashes, it promises a major update before Brazil 2014. Along with latest news, it claims to provide schedule, destination guide and team profiles. Also, it brings all the breaking stories, pictures and videos from FIFA TV studios. The app is available for Android and iOS users in various languages such as English, French, German and more.
Onefootball Brasil-World Cup: This app promises to never let you miss a minute of the action. One can stay updated with latest news on all the national teams and World Cup News. It also provides match schedules, results and stats along with exclusive Live Ticker. Furthermore, videos from the tournament, press conferences and games will be made available to the users. It is available for Android, iOS and Windows phone users.
BBC Sport: The BBC's sports app is everything one needs to have to catch the live action in Brazil. Along with hot stories from the sports world, the app will provide latest news from 2014 FIFA World Cup. A special feature lets its users set match alerts for World Cup. It also allows users to customize the app with quick links to ones favourite soccer teams. The app claims to provide "comprehensive" soccer news, analysis, stats, live scores and more. It is available for iOS, Android and Windows Phone users.
ESPN FC Soccer & World Cup: Sports channel ESPN's mobile app, claims to bring "full-time and exclusive in-game highlights." Along with live match video highlights, the app will bring all the updates from the grounds of Brazil. Reaction and analysis from the experts, personlised scores, stats, alerts for games, goals and final scores are the key features of this app available for Android and iOS users.
Football Live Score: This free app claims to provide live soccer scores and real time data. It promises to do the same for all 2014 FIFA World Cup matches. It is available for download on iOS and Android devices.
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