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Free apps for the 2014 Brazil World Cup

Free apps for the 2014 Brazil World Cup

With the Brazil World Cup just around the corner, here are some free apps you can use if you’ve been gripped by the World Cup fever.

The 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil is about to get underway. Most of the matches will take place at inopportune times for those watching in India. So if you want to stay on top of all the action, here are some free apps that you can look at. You don’t really need more than one to get updates, but we’ve listed out three from which you can choose.



The official app of the Brazil World Cup, FIFA will give you live updates from all the matches. It even has the complete schedule so you can plan and watch your favourite team play. Unfortunately, it’s only available for iOS and Android.
Available for: iOS and Android

365Scores: World Cup Edition


The app gives you quite a bit more than just live updates. It allows you to watch videos of goals soon after they are scored and you can even customise push notifications.
Available for: iOS and Android

Onefootball Brasil


This app gives you team news in addition to pushing minute-by-minute updates to your device. You can even personalise push notifications to stay up to date with just what you are keen on.
Available for: iOS, Android and Windows

Twitter @FIFAWorldCup


If you’d rather not get frequent updates on every tiny bit of the action, you can try following official FIFA updates on Twitter. Look for the handle @FIFAWorldCup on Twitter.

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