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South Africa’s Must-Have Sports Apps

Pitso Mosimane, coach of Mamelodi Sundowns and Steve Komphela, coach of Bloemfontein Celticduring the 2018 Telkom Knockout draw at Supersport Studio, Johannesburg on 08 October 2018 ©Samuel Shivambu/BackpagePix

 

The majority of us favor one sport to the other. Even though we don’t play every day or even every week, there is a lot of joy about watching a great team play. In today’s mobile world, there is an app for almost every game. Of course, there are a plethora of applications that include real-time game scores and updates.

Expectations and interest during a game are high, and they can be met with some sports apps. The following are some of the most useful applications for getting quick updates on different sports.

 

FotMob 

South Africans are crazy about football. This app is great for football fans because it features information on almost all of the world’s football clubs, and is ideal to cross with live betting tips for in-play betting. You can get useful data about your favorite leagues and teams by simply picking them. It contains information such as game schedules, team lineups, and game conditions. It has over 10 million downloads and has been in business for a long time. It is also ranked in the top 20 in over 15 countries.

Ultimate Rugby

Rugby is an adrenaline-fueled sport, and when the television is switched off, it’s hard to fight the temptation to know how the game is going. However, just knowing the game’s score isn’t enough; relevant news, statistics, and social media integration are needed to share both joy and sorrow. Users of Ultimate Ruby apps get a lot more than the features mentioned above. In-game chat, squad news, team schedules, and several other features are available to users. This app is compatible with both iOS and Android devices. Rugby is a popular sport in South Africa, and is available on the Betway platform.

 

ESPNCricInfo

Cricket is the second most popular sport in the world, with over 2.5 billion fans worldwide, and a big one in South Africa. There are several apps that include live cricket scores, but ESPNcricInfo is at the top of the list. It runs smoothly and contains cricket-related news posts. It also provides some statistical data that aids in a deeper understanding of the game. It has a simple architecture and runs without any problems.

PSL Chairman Dr Irvin Khoza, Kaiser Motaung PSL BOG, Mato Madlala PSL Acting CEO, SAFPU president Thulaganyo Gaoshubelwe and Nhlanhla Shabalala of SAFPU during the PSL Chairman Press Conference on 26 November 2019 at PSL Offices Pic Sydney Mahlangu/ BackpagePix

PGA Tour

The PGA Tour season is one of the most eagerly awaited events of the year. Both iOS and Android users can download the PGA Tour app. This app provides information on favorite players, video clips, and, most importantly, hole payouts. The app runs smoothly with no hiccups or interruptions.

 

ATP/WTP Live

If there isn’t anything exciting going on in other sports, everyone’s attention will be drawn to tennis. Like most games, it is equally fun and captivating. In fifteen different languages, his game will include details about the teams, statistics, tournament announcements, and so on.

 

While getting alerts from apps does not provide the same sensation as watching a match live or on TV, when one does not have the opportunity to do so, one can use apps like the ones mentioned above to obtain fast and accurate details about various aspects of the sport, such as the players, the weather, the likelihood of winning when betting with Betway, and so on.

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