Folks over Mashable have put together the list of best FIFA World Cup related Android apps. If you like any of the apps, just open Android market on your Android phone and search for the name of the app and hit download.
This app is currently the highest downloaded for the 2010 FIFA World Cup, and that comes as no surprise considering the number of features that it includes. A user can see the group listings, a competition tree and a fixtures (matches) table. In addition, there is a category within the app that allows a user to track real-time scores.
2010 World Cup:
2010 World Cup app is one of the most detailed currently available on the Android market. Upon opening the app, a user can see a countdown with the number of days, hours, minutes and seconds until the first match.
The calendar is very detailed, and features flags under each date, allowing the user to know exactly who is playing without scrolling from day-to-day. From the calendar, a user can click on any day to get a detailed overview of its fixtures, including the time and location.
World Cup 2010:
WC 2010 is yet another solid app that any football fan should consider downloading. The top navigation bar allows users to access the fixtures, the group standings, live updates and more options. There is also plenty of news available under the navigation.
The fixtures are set up differently than the other apps. A user can browse through each of the dates and see how many matchups are set to be played on that day. A user can expand and collapse the game days as he/she sees fit.
World Cup Essentials:
Goal.com introduces another viable app choice for World Cup fans to consider. Upon opening the app, the user is presented with a news feed and can easily scroll across the secondary navigation bar to access live scores, teams, fixture lists, and stage standings/results. News junkies will want to check out the “Breaking” tab in the main navigation, which lists the latest stories and how long ago they were published.