Rejoice cricket fans, your season of plenty is here, as the world cup kicks off with a resounding victory for India in its first match!! All this excitement and news, but don’t know how to follow??? These apps are sure to keep you updated on the latest news, events and even make predictions and win prizes!!
Let’s take a quick look at the best that android has to offer.
Tired of visiting websites just to see the score on your mobile?? Cricket Live will pretty much sort you out!! Its easy to use, updates quickly and what’s more, it even has a widget that you can place on your home screen for quick score updates. Cricket live provides you history, schedule and current matches, all in all, a perfect way to stay updated.
Download link : https://market.android.com/details?id=eriwssel.ericricket&feature=search_result
This on is for all you MMPORG ( massively multi-player online role playing game) fans. You can choose the kind of player you want to be and even add players to your team. Complete missions to progress and be the winner!!!
Download link: https://market.android.com/details?id=com.moblyng.android.mcricket020&feature=search_result
ProfDeano is really fun app that brings you a lot of cricket news and score information in an interface that is refreshing and intuitive! ProfDeano also has Schedules, scorecards, group standing and more!! The only thing that this app lacks is a live score widget, other than that its an awesome app.
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Predict 2 win
Apps when designed like this are a delight to use, and a cricket lovers heaven!! Place bets and earn points! Predict the winner of the match, the man of the match, winner of the world cup and more to win prizes. But wait, thats not all, to help you make your predictions, the app also provides news and in-depth statistics that are sure to keep you updated and entertained!!
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What’s your favorite Android app for the world cup cricket?
Also see: How to Watch Cricket World Cup 2011 Online [For Free?]
[Guest article contributed by Chaitanya Khanapure, a Fandroid. Reproduced from Appnomy.]