As Cricket World Cup 2011 progresses, users will find it increasingly difficult to keep up with all that’s happening on the field. To stay in touch with the World Cup all the time, here are some useful apps that won’t make you feel like you’re far away from the stadium.
This is among the best apps for Android users to remain in tune with what is happening in the World Cup. Match scores are updated on a real time basis so that users know what’s happening on the field almost instantly. Cricbuzz also provides ball by ball commentary, which is the next best thing to watching the match live. Furthermore, analysis and latest news from the cricketing world will give you a comprehensive experience of the cricketing extravaganza.
Xplore Cricket WC2011 is an Android app for die-hard cricket fans who are traveling from one venue to another to watch matches. It provides details such as maps, directions, and restaurants around the match venue. Add to this the latest news and live scores, something that cricket bugs always crave.
ESPN Cricinfo app provides ball-by-ball commentary, updated news, as well as audio and video features, including push notification. However, some users are angry with this app because it works well on some handsets and not so well on others.
The ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 App from Apple’s iTunes Store allows access to live scores, continuous commentary, exclusive videos, match photos and player statistics. Venue details and match schedules are also available on it, and since it comes from Apple’s iTunes store, the app is completely safe.