Just the other day we covered off a couple of football apps head of the 2014 Football World Cup in Brazil, and it looks as if we’re starting to see the creation of content-specific apps for the cup. OneFootball got in touch with us overnight and told us about their OneFootball Brazil app, which only has content for the world cup, perfect for those who might get their fix for local football elsewhere, but want an expert view on everything happening in Brazil next month.
OneFootball Brazil is available for phones and tablets, and it certainly looks every bit as clean and polished as the original OneFootball. It’s free, and full of content you’ll want ahead of the world cup — news, team stats, groupings and game times.
Take a look for yourselves:
OneFootball Brazil is available now in the Play Store, so if you’re football mad and looking for some extra ways to enjoy the upcoming world cup, jump on in and try it out, let us know what you think.
If you know of any other great football apps, or indeed, any apps at all that we should be talking about, and that our readers would like, let us know in the comments, or drop us a tip!
I found this app very good, it has all the information at one place, A neat looking UI & Offline access to the content you have viewed previously. Best of all an ALERT/REMINDER Mechanism for matches & Teams we wish to follow Pretty cool right. I’ve missed a dozen matches ! don’t want to miss more
I’m really surprised there’s no national team cards on Google Now so close to the WC.
So are we. Disappointed is another word.