Follow Your Team with Premier League Pocket 2010
With the new season of the Premier League almost upon us, there’s bound to be football fans out there who’d like to have up to date information on their favourite team at the drop of a hat.
Well, XDA developer zorro1981 who has developed apps to follow the F1 and the World Cup, has now, along with Chinubrio, Ivan Musa and Ricardo Fraile, developed Premier League Pocket 2010 for Windows Mobile devices.
The app has the following features:
- VGA, QVGA, WVGA, WQVGA and FWVGA
- All information about Premier League
- Live mode: Advise of more important events during match
- Internet updatable
- All supported displays
- Improved graphical interface
- Vibration and sound
For more information and to download the cab, visit the application thread.
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