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Blast Applications Scores with Latest App called iGoals

June 24, 2010

Apps developer Blast Applications has announced availability of all 32 iGoals Android (News - Alert) applications for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Blast Applications is a creator and developer of applications for iPhone, Android, Facebook and Twitter.

The iGoals Series is the first set of soccer applications tailored specifically for the 2010 World Cup with each being fully synchronized to each country's soccer team. Anyone with an Android platform phone can download and catch all the scores, stats, headlines, steaming videos and various highlights from their favorite soccer team.

In a release, Dino Luzzi, CEO of Blast Applications, said "We feel the iGoals applications are what the millions of soccer fans worldwide are looking for in a mobile application. The iGoals mobile application is the latest in a collection of enhancements to follow all the highlights of your favorite soccer team."

Blast Applications claims its apps help users have more fun, be productive and make social media sites easier to use and more intuitive than before. Blast Applications has a unique opportunity to monetize the web surfer's dedication to social media sites through direct advertising programs tied to the company's tools, applications and websites.

Read here about how all the FIFA World Cup fans who are tired of listening to the sound of the vuvuzela horns have a reason to rejoice. The Devuvzelator, a new, free app for World Cup fans streaming the matches on their PCs, has been launched by Stardock. Stardock is the developer and publisher of upcoming strategy game named “Elemental: War of Magic.”

Hans Lewis is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of his articles, please visit his columnist page.

Edited by Patrick Barnard