World Soccer Talk now has brand-new apps available for Android and Apple iOS devices so you can read the latest news and opinion pieces from us on your smartphones or tablets.
The apps are free. You can download the World Soccer Talk app for Apple iOS devices via the iTunes store.
Of if you have an Android phone or tablet, you can get the World Soccer Talk app for Android devices via the Google Play store.
Both apps feature a similar user experience to the mobile-friendly versions of the website. The menu in the top left of the screen allows you to switch tabs to pull up the latest news on different teams and leagues. Plus, if you scroll down the page after clicking on the menu button, you’ll see that there are links to the podcasts, TV schedules, online store and more.
When you select the podcasts section, and then pick the episode you want to listen to, you’ll see a audio player featured on-screen (see screenshot below).
The display on tablets automatically formats to give you a better reading experience in a landscape format, so you can read our in-depth articles about your favorite topics (see screenshot below).
You can also share stories via your social media accounts by using the ‘Share’ icons at the foot of each article.
SmartNews app launches World Soccer Talk channel
If you’re a news junkie like me, you’ll want to check out SmartNews, which is honestly the best app I’ve ever seen for aggregating news.
I’ve tried Flipboard, BBC News, CNN, Feedly, and others, but none of them gives me the news that interests me in such a beautiful and intuitive way.
Try it. I think you’ll agree.
Plus, SmartNews has added World Soccer Talk to the app, so in addition to the news from your categories you’re interested, you can also get the latest soccer news and opinion on your smartphone and/or tablet.
Go ahead and…
1) Visit smartnews.com and download the SmartNews app
2) Scroll all the way to the right and click ‘search’
3) Type in World Soccer Talk and click follow.
SmartNews works on iOS and Android devices.
In addition to World Soccer Talk, there are a ton of other news sources. The free app has The Associated Press, Time, Reuters, USA Today, People, The Huffington Post, MSNBC, FOX News, The Verge, Perez Hilton, MTV, Business Insider, The Onion, Entertainment Weekly, TechCrunch and many more.