Thursday , August 25 2016

FIFA World Cup 2014, the Android way

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In a little over 24 days, Australia will send its national football team, the Socceroos, to Brazil to compete in the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

Some of us at Ausdroid HQ are a little bit football mad, and so we took a quick look at the options to keep on top of the happenings before and during the World Cup using your smartphone or tablet.

At the moment, the best option is the official FIFA app, and while it isn’t a dedicated app just for the World Cup, there is a lot of cup coverage available therein.

As you can see, there’s a wealth of information on offer, including latest international football news, information about Brazil, the group compositions and rankings, a countdown timer and more. The app is well designed and complies with the latest Android design guidelines to boot.

If you’re a football nut like me, check it out and let us know what you think. We’ll have some more World Cup coverage as the time approaches!

Go Socceroos!!

 

About Chris Rowland

Chris produces one of Australia's most popular technology websites, Ausdroid. He has varied interests across mobility, health, and connectivity and can often be found with a smartphone or two in hand preparing a new review. Chris travels frequently for Ausdroid to bring you the latest news fresh from around the globe.

  • whitelunchbag

    Cant wait until June

  • Football

    What about Onefootball?