World Cup Fever on your mobile phone

AP World Cup App

With just a few hours to go for the World Cup 2010, soccer fans can follow the latest happening right on your mobile phones. Here are two apps which will help you do just that!

AP World Cup Coverage

Feel the excitement of the games with AP’s 2010 World Cup Coverage in Flash! Follow your team throughout South Africa and enjoy a feature-rich multimedia experience with live game scores, schedules, standings, and more. Additional features include star player profiles, photos and videos, venue information and interactive voting to pick your favorites. Available in English, French, Spanish, and Portuguese, AP 2010 World Cup Coverage is the most trusted source for the World Cup action!

You can get more information about this app from the official AP Site here.  According to the site, this app should work on Symbian Series 40 and 60 phones Symbian Touch screen phones. You can SMS the link to the app from there or if you prefer getting it from Ovi Store, here’s the link –  AP 2010 World Cup Coverage


Pelota S60v5

If you’re the type who wants live notifications of the matches, you should check out Petola. It’s is a realtime application that informs you about the status of World Cup games. You get a notification beep or vibrate every time a goal is scored. This app works on Symbian 5th Edition phones and there’s also a widget for the N900.

Click here to download the Symbian version
Click here to download the N900 widget.

Pelota N900 Widget
Pelota on the N900

If you know of any other cool apps for the World Cup let us know by commenting below. As always

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Vinu Thomas

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