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World Soccer Talk App Now Available On Android Devices

world soccer talk android app World Soccer Talk App Now Available On Android Devices

The World Soccer Talk app is now available for Android devices.

Filled with soccer news, podcasts, videos and more, the World Soccer Talk app for Android phones and tablets is free and can be downloaded here from the Google Play store.

The World Soccer Talk app is also available for the Apple iPhone.

No matter where you go, you can have World Soccer Talk at your fingertips — featuring the latest articles, World Soccer Talk podcast episodes (from the longest running soccer podcast in the world), video interviews and documentaries as well as the latest news and photos from social media.

We hope you enjoy the app Android soccer fans!

Download the free World Soccer Talk app today.

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3 Responses to World Soccer Talk App Now Available On Android Devices

  1. Mark Walker says:

    A good addition, but the application needs some improvement in UI perspective. Some Basic guidelines are missing. I mean,the information displayed on the website is clear but on app i am facing some difficulty. But anyway it is a good start and i hope it will get better and better with time. Cheers!

  2. Frill Artist says:

    It really needs A LOT of work.

    - It needs to obey the Android UI guidelines.

    - Implement a slide out navigation bar on the left.

    - Use Holo like most Android apps.

    - Add the ability to comment on articles

    - And more…

  3. Pakapala says:

    Good news. I will check it out and get a feel of how it works.

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