App developers have been creating a lot of useful apps that help you follow the new 2013/14 football season on your device. With these apps on your smartphone and tablet, you are provided with a number of ways to keep yourself informed and entertained in between matches and during them.
If you’re a diehard football fan, following are 5 best football apps that you can check out now.
1. FourFourTwo Stats Zone
The multi-award winning FourFourTwo Stats Zone offers a new design, more features, and live coverage of the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, the A-League and the UEFA Champions League. The free app has the ability to dig deep into any player’s performance as well as the basic shot count, possession and full pass maps. What’s more, you can show off your knowledge and insight by sharing analysis via Twitter, Facebook, email and SMS.
2. THE Football App
Available for free on a load of devices, THE Football App looks great and works fluidly. With 4.5m active users, this free app bursts with news, scores, updates, tables, and videos for the beautiful game. It also offers a host of other data from leagues from over 20 different countries and national teams. Especially, THE Football App features the live text commentary, known as the “Live Ticker,” which updates without killing your device battery too quickly.
3. Sky Sports Live Football Score Centre
The Sky Sports Live Football Score Centre app is focused on news, scores, fixtures and other stats. With team line-ups, live commentary and stats, you can stay up to date with live results from every game from the Premier League and Serie A to the Evo-Stick League. Plus, this free app can push notifications for your favorite team, keeping you up to date with all of the action as it happens.
4. Football Manager Handheld 2013
Football Manager Handheld 2013 is a game for true football fans, allowing you to put your managerial skills to the test wherever, whenever and however you want. Played in four languages including English, French, Italian and Spanish, the world’s best-selling football management game lets you take the hot-seat at any club from a choice of leagues in 14 countries. This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad, available for £6.99.
5. Watch ESPN
The Watch ESPN app is an absolute must for every soccer fan who wants to watch games airing on the ESPN family of networks. This free app offers live streaming access to the top events, up-to-the-minute news, highlights and analysis. That service also showcases matches that aren’t shown on US TV on a weekly basis, such as Premier League, Eredivisie and Copa Mexico games.
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