5 Free Apps to Watch 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa Live on your iPhone

| June 21, 2010
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As I am writing these lines, 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa is going through the second week of its glory. The whole world is currently spell bound of Football. Other than those who had been lucky enough to watch World Cup matches live in the ground, people are enjoying live coverage of 2010 FIFA World cup matches on their TV screens. However, if you’re not able to have a glimpse of football world cup 2010 drama even through your TV screens than there is no need to worry about because you can catch the live coverage of 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa on your Apple iPhone and iPod touch devices. Keeping this in view, I have listed 5 free apps to watch 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa live on your iPhone and keep you updated with all the latest developments during the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

1. ESPN FIFA World Cup

ESPN FIFA World Cup keeps you updated with live scores, stats, group’s standings and forthcoming matches. You can support your favorite team through its interactive features. Moreover, the integration of ESPN FIFA World Cup app with major social networking websites like Facebook and Twitter helps users to share their feedback, comments and support with rest of their friends. The app can be downloaded from App store for free and it is available for iPhone as well as for iPod Touch.

2. Sky Sports Live Football Score Center

Sky Sports Live Football Score Center is another free app that gives complete information of each match right at your iPhone screen. You can enjoy live commentary, tram updates, latest news, player profiles and much more through power packed features of Sky Sports Live Football Score Center.

3. World Football Live!

World Football Live is a remarkable app that lets users to browse football news even when there is no connectivity available. So unlike other apps, this app has a distinctive edge by which you can get all the latest happenings from 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa on your iPhone even if there is no 3G or EDGE connectivity.

4. AP 2010 World Cup Coverage

AP 2010 World Cup Coverage is a free app for Apple iPhone which supports different languages for 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa coverage. With the help of this unique free app, you can get all the latest developments from 2010 World Cup in four different languages that are, English, French, Spanish and Portuguese. The power packed features of AP 2010 World Cup Coverage also supports multimedia features for video streaming, live stats and scores.

5. South Africa Tracker 2010

South Africa Tracker 2010 is yet another free app for iPhone which brings complete information about the World Cup 2010 matches on iPhone. One of its unique features is the adjustment of Time Zones so that user can never miss any match due to the time confusions. South Africa Tracker 2010 is also available for iPod Touch users.

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