Use these apps to plug you into everything World Cup - Netted
Guide • June 13, 2014

Use these apps to plug you into everything World Cup

The 5 best 2014 World Cup apps and sites
  • Tap In

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    Call it a cheat sheet: These mobile-optimized guides to every match come with extensive descriptions of each team, how they match up against one another, and which players you need to know.

    Go to Tap In

  • Google World Cup

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    The world’s top search engine has taken all the data from World Cup-related searches and turned it into insightful, clever, and often surprising anecdotes.

    Go to Google World Cup

  • World Cup Calendar

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    Don’t take a chance on missing the games you care about most. Add every match (or just the ones from your favorite team) right to your Google calendar, Outlook, or iCal.

  • Score! World Goals

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    World Cup history is rich with impossible-to-repeat goals. That is, unless you’re playing this addictive game for iOS, Android, and Windows that places you in the fray of the most famous moments. The goal is for you to replicate them. Go!

    Go to Score! World Goals

  • OneFootball

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    You’ll probably have to drag yourself away from the games to go to work once in a while. Don’t worry, this multi-platform app has you covered with live scores, videos, commentary, stats, and more for when you’re on the go.

    Go to OneFootball