The top 10 World Cup iPhone apps

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

Southafrica2010 World Soccer Cup Tracker

Price: $1.19

The Southafrica 2010 World Soccer Cup Tracker is designed to offer up-to-date info on the cup in a stylish yet simple layout.

Content and updates can be tailored to users' geographical location, so those at the live games can find game stats and other info relevant to them on the fly. These users will also have access to directions and maps to each game. The app isn’t only for those lucky enough to be attending the World Cup, though. The 'GameCast' feature will deliver sound and visual alerts every time something exciting happens during games once the tournament starts.

Up-to-date news is available via four separate official FIFA RSS feeds alongside general information on the tournament and player and team biographies linked to Wikipedia. All this is displayed in a handy bundle, letting users find information such as the round of 16, quarter finals, semi finals and finals in a single view.

The SouthAfrica2010 World Soccer Cup Tracker is available now with a $1.19 price tag.

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