ESPNcricinfo launches Android app

ESPNcricinfo [earlier cricinfo] has launched its Android application in time for Cricket World Cup 2011. This application will give users enhanced coverage of the World Cup 2011 along with other features.

The standout features of the app include a dedicated World Cup section, an enhanced live game experience, easy personalization options and Push alerts. Android users can also access their favourite magazine content, ranging from Ask Steven columns to opinion pieces from the game’s leading writers.

The app will also allow users to watch and listen to the latest ESPNcricinfo video and audio podcasts. In addition, the app will provide live match coverage.

Full Feature List:

  • Live game coverage – Commentary, scorecard, match graphics, photographs, reports and player profiles from every international game.
  • ‘Lean back’ mode – Switch the app to lean back mode, place your Android phone on your table and follow live scores throughout a busy work day.
  • Push notifications – Get instant alerts for wickets, batsman milestones and score updates during live matches.
  • World Cup 2011 – Dedicated cricket World Cup 2011 section featuring squads, standings and stats and exclusive video content.
  • Personalisation – Customise news, results and fixtures by your favourite team.
  • Video/Audio – Watch and listen to the latest ESPNcricinfo video and audio podcasts.
  • Magazine – Read from a selection of the best features from ESPNcricinfo Magazine
  • News, Results, Fixtures, Records and Rankings

Application is available for free in Android Market now.


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