If you did not get enough soccer from the great game USA played at the finale Women’s World Cup against Japan there is also the Copa America or the American Cup. This is one of the most popular sports in Latin America and the Copa America tournament is going strong at the moment. BlackBerry blog has posted 5 great apps to keep up with the tournament. The event is going on now through July 24th. RIM has posted a guide to the top five apps to keep up with all your Fútbol /Soccer news.
The first app is Copa America for both BlackBerry devices and PlayBook (Note only available in Spanish).
Get all of the stories, scores and stats from the field right on your BlackBerry smartphone virtually anytime and virtually any place! And, if you download Copa America for the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet, you can watch the games – live – from your BlackBerry PlayBook tablet!
Second App: ScoreMobile FC
Already a hugely popular sports app – and for good reason – ScoreMobile FC scores a goal with their soccer coverage. You can even track live games with Push Alerts!
ScoreMobile FC English LINK
ScoreMobile FC Spanish LINK
3rd App: Goal Mobile
Goal Mobile is free to download, this application provides information from across the world, including data on leagues, players, news and more.
Goal Mobile English LINK
Goal Mobile Spanish LINK
Goal Mobile Portuguese (Brazilian) LINK
The 4th app is for the BlackBerry PlayBook called Mundial Sub 17 for BlackBerry PlayBook tablet
Calling all members of #TeamBlackBerry in Mexico: Download this app for updated scores and news about Mexican Soccer Leagues.
Mundial Sub 17 is only available in Spanish at this link.
The last app is actually one of my favorites from Univision. The app is called Unvision Deportes Futbol, available for both Smartphones and the BlackBerry PlayBook . It is nice to see the biggest U.S Spanish T.V network release some good apps for their consumers. This app brings you calendar of events, news, team stats, pictures and more.
For BlackBerry devices download here
For Playbook download at this link.
Source: BlackBerry Blog