There's no doubt that the world has been wrought with a heavy case of World Cup fever. Every Twitter feed seems to have some mention about the World Cup--even from those who vehemently hate soccer--and the Internet is bustling with Vuvuzela memes. Well, we figured we'd take this Free App Friday opportunity to outfit your Apple products with the most relevant World Cup applications, especially since the quarter finals are upon us and now the games are really getting good.
Don't forget to watch tomorrow morning's USA versus Ghana game! If you're not sure how you'll be able to tune in, then check out our story on how to watch the World Cup through your Mac, iPhone or iPad. Ole, ole, ole, ole!
Even if you haven’t quite figured out the difference between a shinguard and a square pass, it’s hard not to get caught up in all the World Cup hype that descended upon the Internet over the past few weeks. As best we can tell, there’s a soccer tournament taking place in South Africa to determine the supreme leader of the human race. (That, and a really small trophy.)
But with a few dozen games in the first round alone, even the most diehard of fans won’t be able to stay glued to their TV set for every minute of action. But who needs TV when you’ve got a MacBook and an iPhone?