mic_888 · Sep 13, 2010 at 12:00 am

Follow the French League with Ligue 1 Pocket 2010

Now that the football season is well underway, you’ll need a way to keep up with your team in the league.  If you follow the French league then Ligue 1 Pocket 2010 may be just the app that you’re looking for.

Developed by XDA forum members zorro1981, cua-tro and with graphics by chinubrio, the Windows Mobile application provides all you need to know about the French league, including a Live mode where you can be advised of more important events during a match.

Ligue 1 Pocket 2010 keeps you up to date with results, and information on team changes.

The application supports multiple languages and all displays.

Requires a data connection.

For more information including download links, head on over to the application thread.


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