The 20th FIFA World Cup will take place in Brazil this year from 12 June until 13 July and football (or soccer, as some call) lovers from all over the world will watch the event live. If you want to stay update with what happens during the event on your Windows 8 tablet, then you need to download and install the app that we’re going to talk about below.
The biggest downside of the app is that there’s no free trial currently available, so Windows 8 users won’t be able to tell if their $1.49 investment is worth it or not. I can only hope that the developer will make it available in a future update. For now, the app is fairly limited in functions, but this will change, I guess, once the World Cup gets started, as you should be able to follow live score and other timely news.
Get read for the 2014 World Cup with this Windows 8 app
This App contains complete details about Teams who qualified to 2014 FIFA world cup And detailed profile Information about Teams, Also include Their FIFA World Ranking as Subtitle
So, as you can see from the above description, the app comes with details regarding those teams who made it to the final competition in Brazil. There’s also the FIFA world ranking position available underneath the national flag. The app has grouped teams according to the official structure. Overall, the app is nicely designed but it lacks important features that I hope will be added in the future.