Bundesliga on your WM Device
Due to the World Cup in South Africa this last June, the flame of soccer was awakened in the hearts of many Windows Mobile users around the world. As a result, a slew of new apps hit the OS (some of them free and some of them for a small fee). Now the World Cup has ended and you are simply craving for more. Well, XDA member zorro1981 brings us this new app (which resembles a lot their World Cup 2010 app for WM) used to follow the German Soccer league. All the features that you knew and loved from the WC app are still present, and you can view everything from stats and game scores, to up to the minute game coverage, thanks to the Live option.
One small warning, the app consumes considerable amounts of data, so be sure to use it via Wifi or with an unlimited internet plan.
- VGA (480×640) , QVGA (240×320) ,WVGA (480×800), WQVGA (240×400) and FWVGA (480×854).
- All information about German League.
- Live mode: Advise of more important events during match.
- Internet updatable (with new versions advise).
- All suported diplays.
- Improved graphical interface.
- Vibration and sound advises.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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