Follow the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 right from your cell phone and get News, Expert Opinions, Players’ updates, Live Scores, Schedule of matches.
*This app is not just for the world cup like the OTHER ONES, use it as long as cricket is alive in this world!*
*Download Full version to remove in-app Ads*
*Points Table For the World Cup Coming Soon*
Unlimited Sharing Options: Let people know about the story through Facebook, Twitter, Email, MMS, SMS and many other options.
Configurable News Sources: Why look for reliable news sources when we are doing it for you? Now select from various available sources that bring authentic and up-to-date information on your fingertips
Configurable Blogs Sources: Select from a list of cricket experts to know their opinions through their blogs
Follow Players: Now follow over 30 players from different countries, we will add more players soon
Track Scores, Schedule of Play: Never miss a match now when you can remain updated from your cell phone
Customizable News Alerts Notification: Want to know the news as it arrives? Simply enable the notifications in background sync and get the alerts on your device
Home Screen Widget: Stay updated right at your home screen through a beautiful widget
Configurable Background Sync: Be up to date through the background sync component. Configure how often you need updates from your news sources
Offline Viewing: View stories on-the-go even if you have lost the internet connectivity. Sports Eye keeps stories in its storage to let you use the application in offline mode
News Sources: BBC, Cricinfo, Daily Telegraph
SD card installation supported (Froyo and Gingerbread): No more space on your phone? Now you can move the application to the SD card to free space on your internal storage
Intuitive Switching Interface: Switch through news, blogs, scores, players, schedule by simple control
And much more….
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