This Sunday I will be watching my favorite Football match of the year, live, with friends in a bar.
But if you ever find yourself in the situation where social or economic responsibilities keep you away from watching a match, try this lifesaving little application. FootballMonitor keeps track of your favourite club and sends you notifications of any upcoming matches and of any goals made during a match.
Originally posted by esudl
I have created a Football (Soccer) Monitoring Service which alerts you when a team is playing and on score updates. Configurable for teams, and frequency of update. Works with lots of major leagues round the world. Still early days, but I hope other people will find this useful. Obviously it requires an internet connection to get it’s data, so my advice is not to use if you don’t want to get charged!
- Fixed Error on start of Service
- Fixed Timezones
- Try to fix reports of app hanging phone
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