Mubaloo, a company who creates and develops business applications for smartphones, has introduced South Africa Tracker 2010 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
South Africa Tracker 2010 is already a Top 10 free download in 26 countries, and in the Top 10 Sports category in 77 countries.
The South Africa 2010 Tracker features:Information about the competition matches (times, city, venues, real-time scores)Shake to download the most recent information about the matchesCountdownRotate your iPhone/ iPod touch to see a general view of the second stage of the competitionSee a list of all the venues and all the matches played in each one
"South Africa 2010 Tracker" has just hit the number one spot for free World Cup apps in the iTunes store. The app offers live scores and schedules, in the easiest and quickest way - that's a fact!," said Chris Price, Business Development Director and football fanatic at Mubaloo.
"The South Africa 2010 Tracker is a simple, easy to use app giving me all the relevant information I need about the biggest sporting event of the year. I love the landscape mode and look forward to the live feed as the World Cup progresses through the stages."
Available from the Apple iTunes App Store, South Africa Tracker 2010 is free and requires the iPhone 3.1 Software Update or later.
Scheduled to take place between 11 June and 11 July 2010, the World Cup will be played across thirteen venues, including stadiums in Cape Town, Durban, Johannesburg and Port Elizabeth.
The 2010 FIFA World Cup, the first on African soil, has England in the opening Group C alongside the USA, Algeria and Slovenia this Saturday.
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