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Lega Calcio Pocket 2010 Released
XDA member zorro1981 has (with the help of several other members of our developing community) created a handy application for Windows Mobile which allows you to easily keep track of the latest developments of the [formerly] Lega Calcio soccer divisions in Italy.
Lega Calcio Pocket 2010 supports almost all resolutions and features a well-designed but not over-complicated interface that displays the latest scores, player and team information, imminent matches and overall league tables. You can also set the program to notify you of important events by vibration or with a custom sound.
Lega Calcio Pocket 2010 is available from the application thread. Applications for more leagues should follow soon.
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