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FIFA launches official iOS, Android apps

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FIFA launches official iOS, Android apps
FIFA launches official iOS, Android apps

Washington- With the 2014 World Cup Final Draw only days away, FIFA has launched official apps for both iOS and Android, according to reports.

According to the Verge, available now, the app provides live score updates for 85 of the world`s top leagues, including MLS in the United States.

It offers news, standings, statistics, and photos / video for even more teams, in total, 197 leagues across the globe are included, the report said.

Users can expect news on hundreds of competitions, thousands of goals and over a million minutes of football every single week, FIFA said.

In-depth tournament coverage and the latest FIFA Coca-Cola World Rankings are also part of the official app, the report added.

Naturally the upcoming World Cup in Brazil is a huge focus, and FIFA said users would be able to stream the Final Draw live on December 6th, the report further said.

The official FIFA app, not to be confused with the wildly popular game, can be downloaded from the App Store and Google Play, the report mentioned.

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