AndroQuins - available now on the Android market - is bringing fans closer to the Stoop club than ever before. Developed by AndroRugby, the service has already proved popular among supporters of Aviva Premiership clubs up and down the country.
The one-stop shop provides everything fans need in a single easy to use program, from fixtures to tweets, plus everything necessary (and then some!) in between.
The way in which fans of all sports keep up to date with their team is constantly evolving and AndroQuins is constantly evolving with it. In fact, in some cases, it’s ahead of the game.
Tweets can be filtered between mentions of the club on Twitter to official tweets from the club and those who often provide the greatest insight – the players themselves.
The easy to use fixtures and results section does exactly what it says on the tin, while the latest news and tables ensure supporters will never be behind on the team’s progress throughout the season.
The brand new gallery area provides the latest imagery from the thick of the action, so you can get to the heart of the weekend’s action.
On top of all this, the most recent addition to the AndroRugby series of apps provides access to local radio for live coverage of each match, making every game unmissable, wherever you may be.
Everyone’s a pundit and, following the excitement of matchday, you can air your opinions with fellow fans via the forums feature.
With all this packed into one Android application, it is little wonder that AndroRugby has already taken Premiership clubs and Rugby fans across the globe by storm.
The developer of AndroQuins is hopeful that the app will become a vital resource to fans everywhere in the weeks, months and years ahead, and anticipates bigger and better things are still to come.
“As a huge Rugby Union fan myself, finding an Android app that gave me everything I needed to keep up with my club in one place was an impossible task,” explains James Eastwood, AndroRugby Developer. “So, rather than wait for something to come along, I decided to take proactive action and design an app I knew would be useful for fellow supporters.”
“A lot of metaphorical blood, sweat and tears have gone into the design of the app and I hope that users will reap the rewards when people come to use the finished product. As is the case with many applications on the Android Market today, AndroQuins has free of charge updates available for download on a regular basis.”
“It has already been a success with several clubs and it will carry on improving alongside our insight into what the users want to keep on top of the news and views from their club. Feedback – positive and negative – is a very important part of continuing to develop the app and the views of fellow Rugby fans is always appreciated.”
“Our Twitter account - @AndroRugby – makes it easy to get hold of us, and we look forward to hearing from users of the app.”
AndroQuins sells for just £1 in the Android Market. The Gloucester Rugby edition of the app is available free of charge so users can try before they buy and familiarise themselves with everything on offer before making the decision to buy.
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