Forza Football app for Windows 10 lets you track the latest scores
Football — or soccer to some — is the greatest sport in the world, so it makes sense for Windows 10 Mobile users to download an app that can allow them to keep up with the latest stores. The app is called Forza Football and it’s one of the most popular apps on Android with over one million users.
Fans have a voice through in-app polls. Users can vote on whether or not they have confidence in their club’s manager, like or dislike rumors or confirm transfer news among other things. While it’s not the most powerful football app we have ever seen, it will keep fans updated with what is going on.
The list of exciting features:
- Live football scores
- Set alerts for your favorite teams
- Customizable push notifications
- Video highlights, showing off the best bits of a match
- Pre-match line-ups, along with formations and player photos
- Vote on whether you have confidence in your club’s squad manager and chairman, and get to see how other fans are feeling
- You can ‘like’ or ‘dislike’ confirmed and rumors of transfers
We’re big fans of football, but won’t always be able to watch the many matches. We’ve found out that Forza Football is capable of keeping us updated with everything that is going on, especially with Euro 2016.
Download Forza Football app directly from the Windows Store.
Want more sporting apps? The official Australian Football League app is on the Windows Store right now. Furthermore, FIFA 17 has been announced at E3 2017 and it comes with a new mode known as Journey. It is basically a story mode, a first for a FIFA game — or any football game — for that matter.
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