App of the Week: RWC 2015

Just about a month to go until the Rugby World Cup 2015 kicks off. Our appetites are being whetted by some cracking test matches, including this simply luscious kick and catch try against Scotland. While there are few that really trust TV3 to land top class coverage of the RWC, their new promo video isn’t too bad.

Basically what we’re saying is, you’d best prep your life to be 100% ready for the forthcoming Rugby World Cup; that includes having an app to keep up to date on your toilet breaks.

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Rugby World Cup AppAvailable for Android and iOS devices, the Rugby World Cup app does what all these kind of big event apps do; brings all the info you need into one place. Upon loading the app, you’ll be prompted to choose which team you support. Naturally, the content displayed within the app is then tailored to you and the team you support.

The app has some really cool features, including updated world rankings for your team, and how your team is ranking in the also very important social media rankings. This is determined by occurrences of team based tweets etc. The app can also serve as your social hub for the Rugby World Cup, pulling in info from several different feeds.

This is one of the quirkier features in the Rugby World Cup app, as much more important are the core features.

Within the app you’ll find the usual important info such as results, fixtures, team news and pool standings. You can also test your Rugby World Cup knowledge through the trivia section of the app. Note that level 1 is pretty easy and level 2 is “drunk guy in the pub that really knows his rugby” hard.

All in all, the Rugby World Cup app is a very simple but extremely useful app that delivers everything you will need for the big event. It’s completely free and available to download now through the Google Play Store and App Store.


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