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F1 2011 Available Now for Windows Mobile
Having up to date information at your fingertips is one of the main driving forces behind having devices like the one we normally carry. As such, RSS feeds, social networking, e-mail, and other activities have taken deep roots in the way we interact with our devices as all these provide the information that we need, when we need it. The same concept holds true for sports fans across the globe. Whether it is soccer, rugby, or any sports that has a league in any given country, we normally want to stay up to date with our favorite players and teams. XDA member chinubrio has released F1 2011 for Windows Mobile. The app will allow you to track the progress of all the drivers, their lap times, will provide you with biographical information, and much more. So, if you are a Formula 1 fan and needed a reason to pick up your Windows Mobile
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F1™ 2011 Live is a product developed for amateur and enthusiasts of Formula 1™, with all the information and live mode for 2011 season. Thanks to its design and functionality, fans can enjoy this sport in a simple and intuitive application, with all the information necessary to know in detail of each Grand Prix: live commentary, classifications, positions in the race, pit stops, schedules, news, information of each driver, team, circuit, etc.
You can find more information in the app’s thread.
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