World Cup 2014 Apps: Keep up with England with these iOS and Android apps
As England prepare to take part in the 2014 World Cup, here are the most efficient and impressive apps to keep up-to-date with the happenings in Brazil.
There may have been a time when the World Cup was on terrestrial television and you weren't there to see it.
But such are the technological advancements in the world of apps, you can now ensure you never miss a minute of action.
You may be at work for the 5pm games, for example, but with the majority of people working in London owning a smartphone or tablet, what is to stop you watching the game on your phone?
Ahead of the World Cup, we have dug out a range of high-tech apps for iOS and Android which, in turn, will revolutionise the World Cup experience for those who aren't in Brazil to see it for themselves.
Here are the best apps to download for the World Cup:
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