World Cup apps take over the charts


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  • Tuesday, 15 Jun 2010

It is no surprise that World Cup apps have taken the top spot in many countries. Most of the applications are also available on the Malaysian app store and they are worth checking out.

ESPN 2010 FIFA World Cup (United States)

The ESPN 2010 FIFA World Cup is a free application that provides information for football fans attending the matches or watching from afar. Fans can see live scores, tournament stats, the full tournament schedule, team profiles, national anthems, World Cup history, venue profiles, and news articles about the World Cup from within the app.

Vuvuzela 2010 (Britain/France)

Can’t get enough of that horn blowing sound heard during the World Cup games? The Vuvuzela 2010 app will help you create your own annoying horn sounds. The app lets users select a horn to match the jersey of their favourite team and to create enough noise to terrorize anyone cohabiting in the same room.

World Football Calendar 2010 (Canada)

World Football Calendar 2010 keeps football fans up to date with the latest World Cup fixtures. The app provides a calendar of World Cup matches regulated to your own time zone, football news in six different languages, plus information on the football teams from all 32 countries.

iToyCapsule (Japan)

iToyCapsule is a toy capsule vending machine in your iPhone. Each time a player inserts a coin into the machine a new collectible toy pops out. These toys can be added to one of the player’s five different collections (figures, beatfigures, Gachaking robot, and toys). Players compete to collect all 51 different prizes. — Relaxnews

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