Keep Up-to-date with MotoGP Results while on the Move
Similar to his Formula 1 Pocket 2010 app, zorro1981‘s MotoGP Pocket 2010 lets motorsports fans access the latest racing information from their phone.
A minimal, icon-based navigation structure makes this application very nice to use, while the data it provides is everything you want if you want to keep up with the world’s most popular motorbike championship. Included in the app are details of riders, circuits and teams, with the latest practice and race finishing positions being updated over the internet. The app even features a countdown timer until the next event, so that you don’t miss the thrill of watching a race ‘live’.
What’s great is that zorro1981 and the developing team behind the apps provide versions for both Windows Mobile and Android devices. The Android app supports HVGA and QVGA devices, while the Windows variant works with QVGA, VGA, WVGA and WQVGA screen resolutions. Android users can find the latest version of the app in this thread, while Windows Mobile users should look here.
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