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CricScoredroid : Live Cricket Score Widget for Android
In some countries, cricket is a very popular game. If you are one of those addicts and have an Android device, this application by XDA member sachin6870 may be of your liking. CricScoredroid will let you get the scores and results of any selected match. It also includes audio comments, a home screen widget, and you can subscribe to notifications and alerts. The application features score update rate, widget match selection, and notification media selection with sound, vibration or light options.
You can get it on the market, please leave feedback for the developer.
Originally posted by sachin6870
[App] CricScoredroid 0.2.1 : Now with Audio Commentary, Widget
Its my first android application. Its android version of Cricscore for gnome desktop which was developed by me.
CricScoredroid shows current cricket matches with current score, results and fixtures, It also includes Audio Commentary and home screen widget.
With the help of this aplication, a user can select a particular match for detailed scorecard. The user can also subscribe to various notifications and alerts such as wickets and score
updates in various forms (Status bar alert or toast, audio). It also includes a home screen widget which displays the current score.
Application Settings includes score update rate, widget match selection and notification media selection(With sound, vibration or light).
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