The top 10 World Cup iPhone apps

Enjoy the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa with your trusty iPhone this June

World Football Predictor

Price: Free

Almost everyone suddenly becomes the foremost authority on football every four years when World Cup time rolls by, and thanks to the World Football Predictor, so can you!

Users are able to predict scores for all FIFA matches and compare those to the real results, sharing their predictions with friends on the app server and over Twitter. The app instantly brings up group standings based on predictions, so you can see who would be in the finals if your hypothetical outcome came true. For those who lose track of group scores and outcomes, the app is able to bring up real scores alongside your predictions and can answer questions like, "If Italy beats Portugal, who will play in the final?" For all the closet know-it-alls, World Football Predictor is available free from the App Store.

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