Best Android Apps for the World Cup 2014 Brazil


Starting today is the world’s most watched single sporting event – FIFA World Cup. This year it is hosted by Brazil and will be played across 12 cities and 4 stadiums. But due to the awkward match time, most of the fans of this beautiful game will not afford to watch it. But that doesn’t prevent you from being updated with the latest news, scores and standings. We have put together a collection of “must have” best apps for the World Cup 2014 so that you’ll never miss a single news even if you have sleep early for the important meeting tomorrow.

Best Android and iOS Apps for the World Cup 2014

FIFA World Cup BrasilFIFA – Official App:
This is the official app for this year’s World Cup. It will keep you updated with all the news, highlights, interviews and all other in-depth features of every game and team. With this app, you can get to know your favorite teams even better as it allows you to view the list of coaches and players of all 32 teams. This app also provides insights about the hosting cities and the stadiums where the game will be held. The feature called “Global Stadium” will give you minute –by-minute updates of all the matches live. Download: Android, iOS

sony LIV Sports LogoLiv Sports App:
Sony Liv has been given official authority to broadcast the World Cup 2014 live. You can only use this app if you’re on India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Maldives and Bhutan. After you’ve finished installing the app, you need to create a login profile in order to use this app and you need to buy the entire World Cup viewing pack in order to enjoy live HD streams of every match. Buying the pack is affordable as it is only Rs 150 (IC). Alternatively, you can just watch the live matches of a particular team, you can do that for just Rs. 60 (IC). This app also provides real time stats and commentary. Download: Android, iOS

ESPN FC Soccer & World CupESPN FC Soccer and World Cup App:
This app will provide probably the most compressive live coverage than any other World Cup app. This app features extensive reporting and coverage by skilled ESPN staffs and football experts along with news, reviews, opinions and video highlights. This app is also useful after the World Cup as it offers everything you want to know about leagues including Premier League, La Liga, MLS, Ligue 1 and others. Download: Android, iOS

BBC Sport android app logoBBC Sport App:
This app is good at keeping track of football news around the world including the insights of the 2014 World Cup with through analysis of the match and the teams. To keep track of the 2014 World Cup, the BBC Sport App received an update with some major enhancements, making it a great app to have it in your device during this World Cup season. Apart from highlights and live matches it has the authority to broadcast, this app is powered by World Cup Breakfast for viewing offline recaps of the past night’s games. Download: Android, iOS

Univision Deportes Android App logoUnivision Deportes:
This app is highly rated and preferred by football fanatics for 24×7 live streaming of all the World Cup action. Not only does this app provide live stream of the match but it also provides the ability to rewind live stream! This is best choice for many football fans who want to watch unadulterated streaming of the World Cup on their android devices. The only drawback of this app is that it is only available in Spanish. Download: Android, iOS


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