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FIFA Launches its Official Apps for iOS and Android Devices

Nov 30 2013, 11:28am CST | by , in News | Technology News

FIFA Launches its Official Apps for iOS and Android Devices

FIFA has launched its official apps for both iOS and Android devices that is now available for download.

The International Football Association has launched its official FIFA app for both Android and iOS devices. The final draw for the 2014 World Cup will take place in December. And FIFA has introduced its mobile app ahead of the final draw. This new FIFA mobile app will allow football lovers to stay updated via their iOS and Android devices.

FIFA wants to accommodate football lovers for the upcoming Brazil World Cup. It stated, "Get ready for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil! Be the first to discover the fate of your national team by following the Final Draw LIVE on the 6th of December! After the Final Draw is finished, we will plot the path to glory with our World Cup match schedule, exclusive destination guide and team profiles."

This FIFA app is now available for iPhone, iPad and Android. It will bring you closer to the world of football than ever before with breaking news, standings, statistics, photos and videos. FIFA has included 197 leagues across the world in this app. And it will provide you live score updates for the world’s top 85 leagues. The official FIFA app will unlock the world of football for viewers on their mobile devices. User can get information of "hundreds of competitions, thousands of goals and over a million minutes of football every single week!"

Download FIFA app for iOS devices.

Download FIFA app for Android devices.

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