Soccer fans in Africa will be able to follow the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations on their phones after Zimbabwe based start up FootballZone released the AFCON 2013 mobile app. The app provides live commentary, group tables, fixtures, match results, team profiles and statistics.
Africa’s biggest soccer showcase the Africa Cup of Nations kicks on Saturday 19 January in South Africa.
Millions of football lovers across the continent will now be able to follow their countries on their mobile devices following the release of a mobile phone app that provides coverage of the tournament by FootballZone.
The app features live text commentary for all matches, group standings, fixtures, match results, full team profiles and detailed tournament statistics.
The live commentary feature will be quite useful as fans will be able to follow matches on the go wherever they are. This is especially so as many of the group matches start at 1700 when people are traveling home from work.
The application is available on nearly all Nokia phones and can be downloaded from the Nokia Store.