F1 Pocket 2010 v2.0
The first race of the season has just finished in Bahrain, but don’t worry, you can follow the rest of the Formula 1 season on your Windows Mobile phone with zorro1981’s F1 Pocket 2010 v2.0 app! (Graphical interface by chinubrio).
Currently available in English, French, Italian and German, you can select your language preference when you start the app, zorro1981 has hinted at 4 new languages in the next version.
The opening page of the app shows the location and time until the next race. Further screens show the driver leaderboard, points to date as well as current race or qualifying results for a specific circuit. There is also the option to view the construction team leaderboard too. No time results are available yet, although zorro1981 has suggested that this could be released in a future update. F1 Pocket 2010 also provides information on each race circuit, driver and construction team.
Additionally zorro1981 has added an update utility to the app, which when clicked will inform the user if a new version of the app is available. Requires a data connection and .NET CF3.5 to run.
For more information and download, check out the application thread or view a demo (in Spanish) of F1 Pocket 2010 on youtube.
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