The top 10 World Cup iPhone apps

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

LiveScore


Price: Free

LiveScore is an app for avid world game followers.

LiveScore for iPhone brings live football scores from leagues, cup competitions and championships worldwide to the smartphone, as well as other sports like tennis, basketball and hockey. Of course, it will also provide World Cup score updates. With a user base of more than 30 million, LiveScore claims to offer fast connections worldwide by connecting users to the nearest server to offer speeds that are "very fast and responsive even on slow connection."

While you sit around and wait for the World Cup, LiveScore is the perfect companion for preoccupying yourself with all the other soccer on offer, and it’s free from the App Store now. Future versions will add more functionality, but these upgrades will come at an additional cost.

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