Polar Mobile Brings WC2010 App Just for BlackBerry
June 16, 2010
(WORLD CUP TECHNOLOGY)
Polar Mobile, a mobile publishing solutions provider, has launched a free App - WC2010, for all BlackBerry (News - Alert) smartphone users.
With this, football fans can now follow every team, game and player through the World Cup and have a fully integrated World Cup experience.
“Launching the WC2010 is another step in Polar’s Global expansion strategy”, Kunal Gupta, CEO of Polar Mobile said.
“This is Polar’s first App to be offered in five different languages, we intend to reach out to the large presence of BlackBerry smartphones users in Europe who are avid football fans,” Gupta added.
As stated, the newly launched app, the WC2010 for BlackBerry offers an engaging mobile user experience, particularly for all football fans. Easy and fast to download, the app features a unique sorting function that enables users to arrange game schedules and stats for their favourite teams. Moreover, with tabbed layout, WC2010 enables users to navigate easily and quickly through the App to access editorial news, scores, stats, schedules and standings while on the go, in real time.
Added to this, users can have the live action from World Cup 2010 in five different languages which includes; English, French, Italian, Spanish and German.
As an enabler of mobile solutions, Polar has keen attention in the sports vertical and has delivered popular sports Apps for Sports Illustrated, The Hockey News, CBS Sports March Madness, Rogers Sportnet and the Toronto Maples Leafs. Polar’s content solutions SMART & MINT has been offering businesses the ability to deliver, measure and monetize digital media on all major mobile devices including BlackBerry, iPhone (News - Alert) and Android smart phones.
Polar was also named in a report conducted by IDC (News - Alert), as a top ten mobile and wireless company to watch. IDC selected Polar for its leadership quality and potential to have a global impact in the information and communication technology market.
Jai C.S. is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Jai's articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Erin Harrison