TNW Quick Hit
English Premier League 2010/11 for iPad is a grand football/soccer app for all things English Premier League.
Love It: Wonderful user interface. Feature-rich. Real-time broad live broadcasts and more.
Hate It: Today’s headline was Chelsea’s loss to Manchester City.
I am a Chelsea fan. Yes, even as a denizen of Dallas, Texas, I love Chelsea. Further, to answer your questions, in Dallas we don’t all wear cowboy boots and hats, we don’t have longhorns on the front of our cars, and I have no idea who shot J.R. Ewing.
That said, as far away as Dallas, we love football/soccer, and I in particular, love Chelsea.
If you too love the beautiful game, a new, beautiful, app, English Premier League 2010/11 for iPad ($4.99) is what you’ve been waiting for. The app has a glorious user interface, a tremendous amount of features, the ability to follow your favorite team(s), and more. English Premier League 2010/11 for iPad provides the best way for one to to follow any team on the iPad.
Some of the app’s more notable features include:
- Real-time, customizable push notifications – select any number of teams, kick-offs, live scores, half time and full time, notifications.
- Real-time full match coverage
- Up-to-minute Live Commentary live scores with scorer name, substitution and yellow/red cards
- Up-to-minute live scores with scorer name, substitution and yellow/red cards
- Latest EPL News powered by Associated Press (AP)
- Match tactics formation, analytics, Play-by-play and Touch
- Exclusive starting line-up with visual presentation
- Favorite team tracking
- Real time in-depth match statistics (fouls, corner, offsides, yellow cards, red cards, saves and more)
- Instant table standings update
- Sharing via Facebook, Twitter and Email
As you can see above, Chelsea lost to Manchester City yesterday, and English Premier League 2010/11 for iPad let me know about it in glorious detail. Whatever your favorite team is, English Premier League 2010/11 for iPad is an app you must have to keep up with all the goings on in the EPL, whether you’re on the go, or while you watch a game live.