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Eurosport.com launches new version iPhone app, breaks 3 million download mark

Faster, easier, more content, greater interactivity and goal alerts—Europe’s leading sports app for the iPhone is now bigger and better,  with news that Eurosport.com has launched a new version of its innovative free app. (More details here http://tinyurl.com/35bmbwj)

Covering every major sporting event next year the app, downloaded over 3 million times since its launch in July 2009, has been updated and upgraded to include:

Faster navigation: Eurosport.com app is quicker than ever.

More interactivity: Fans can discuss their favourite talking points in real-time.

Goal alerts: Be the first to find out how your favourite European team is doing with new alert feature in football and rugby.

More content: Real-time text commentary, live results, news, blogs, standings and fixtures.

The Eurosport.com app boasts more LIVE sports content and top news stories than any other iPhone sports application in Europe and leverages the group’s renowned editorial expertise and excellence.

It is the only sports application available in 9 different language versions,* plus an international version available in any country in the world, and has been a resounding success, topping download lists in France, Germany, Italy and the UK.

Eurosport’s Appy Family

As well as the innovative new version of the iPhone app, Eurosport announces a new Google Android V.2, available on here on Android Market. Together with the launch of its BlackBerry (download here), Eurosport’s mobile platform is leading the way for sports broadcasters the world over. See complete range of apps [here].

For the European launch of the Apple iPad in May, Eurosport was one of the first broadcasters to develop an app, which has subsequently become the most popular iPad app across Europe.

All of Eurosport’s apps for iPhone and iPad are available for download on iTunes (click here) and the App Store.

Apple continues to be a leading player in the global mobile market. In 2010 Q4 Apple sold 14.1 million iPhones, which represents a 91 percent unit growth on the previous year’s Q4, while also selling 4.19 million iPads. (more info here)

* English, German, Spanish, Italian, French, Swedish, Polish, Russian and Chinese

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