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World Cup 2010 WP7 Style Application
The 2010 World Cup has been keeping people very interested around the world, and many developers have presented their applications to be informed about its progress while on the move. This time we´ll speak about a Windows Phone 7 themed application presented by XDA member Spoofy. The UI has been carefully detailed to fit a WP7 look, nice and fluid graphics will let you navigate through different tabs like News, groups list, country and group detailed statistics, calendar, and players bio just to mention a few.
Updated version v0.2 has been tested in QVGA resolution but should work also in W(VGA) running Windows Mobile 6 and up.
Originally posted by Spoofy
This app requires a touch-screen device with Windows Mobile and the Microsoft .Net Compact Framework 3.5.
Will post mirrors for V0.2 soon.
The below is from the developer’s website:
The features included are:
- 64 matches with detailed info which can be browsed by group, date or play off stage.
- 8 Groups details.
- Play-offs chart
- Manual update on-line which will got the following:
- World Cup news directly from the FIFA.Com News RSS feed, including pictures and links for full reading in your browser.
- Results for finished matches.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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