For those of you into soccer (futbol – whatev) you have a few options to track the World Cup. Of course, drinking heavily and never leaving pubs. That’s great if your lifestyle affords it. Otherwise you need to use websites to get your info…unless you’re willing to part with $3 to have a decent app. Here are the features of WC 2010 Fixture:

Keep the complete schedule of 2010 World Cup South Africa.
Calculates and displays on screen the standings of teams in each group and then the following steps until the World Cup final.
Screen also displays photos and details of each city and football stadium to be used in the event.
Also kept in the home screen a countdown to start the World Cup and then the next game.
Keep track of every game of your favorite selection.
Translated to English, Spanish, German, Italian, Dutch, Portuguese, Serbian, Danish, Slovak, Slovenian, French, Greek.

  • 64 World Cup matches in South Africa
  • Positions of the 32 teams in each group
  • Description and photos of stadiums
  • Description of cities
  • Follow your favorite team
  • Countdown to the next game
  • Translated into 12 languages
  • No connection required

And here’s a video of it in action:

You can check it out here.

Via WMPowerUser


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  3. World Cup has been very exiting so far. Looking forwards to the upcoming games of Holland and Brazil. If i had to place my money on a team it would definitely be Argentina.


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