Get Your Soccer Score Fix with Football Score 3 for Android
Are you a frenzied football (read: soccer) fanboy who just can’t get enough of a certain truncated icosahedron-based game? If so, XDA forum member crazyboy_beggar has the perfect app for your score tracking soccer needs.
Building upon previous work, the developer has now implemented push notifications for goal alerts in order to save your Android device’s precious battery. Certainly, the presence of push notifications yields an update significant enough to warrant both a new title and market listing. In the words of the developer:
“Football Score 3″ is an Android app provides soccer real time score for most of the soccer/football leagues worldwide. It is FREE to use.
- PUSH update for goal alerts! Save your device’s battery
- Many leagues included
- Fast update
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