June 10, 2010 in Sports (E)
[prMac.com] Bogota, Columbia - Announcing MParis, the developer of SouthAfricaPhone, has launched a new product for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. The launch comes just in tine for users to run simulations and set their scores for Soccer Cup 2010. SouthAfricaPhone allows World Cup enthusiasts to enter their match score predictions in order to play, "What if?" The application calculates the user's input automatically and shows what the match results would be based on their input. Although the app can be used anytime, anywhere, users can sync with the SouthAfricaPhone website to get scores after the game. MParis has also developed a Windows version of the app, so that users can also participate on their phones, PDA's and PC's.
Soccer Cup 2010 runs from June 11th to July 11th and is expected to draw three billion fans, who will be watching sixty-four matches during the month of competition.
MParis owner, Mauricio Paris, is a huge soccer fan himself, so it was only natural that he would develop an application specifically for the sport. "People all over the world love soccer and The World Cup is a terrific, exciting event. I loved creating something for fellow fans," says Paris.
SouthAfricaPhone is the product that Paris is referring to. Users can enter their score predictions for each match of Soccer Cup 2010 to see a simulation of the results. Entries can easily be changed, so users can run as many sims as they want, with SouthAfricaPhone doing all the calculations of outcome. No internet connection is required, either.
Paris has ensured lots of convenience and features in the app. Aside from the portability of being on an iDevice, users can see, in nine languages, the schedules for all sixty-four matches in any of twenty-six time zones, watch how the eight team groups develop, and sync with the website after the Soccer Cup to see or download results.
Users get access to these great features with SouthAfricaPhone:
* Soccer Cup 2010 right on iDevice
* Even Before JUNE 11 and without Internet Connection, users can set their own scores to matches to run simulations. After June 11 they can do the same or download the results from the website
* See the schedule for each of the 64 matches in local time (the program manages 26 time zones from GMT-12 to GMT 13)
* The program handles 9 languages: English, Spanish, Portuguese, French, German, Italian, Netherlands, Danish and African* See the conformation and development of the 8 team groups and their tie to 8s, 4s and Finals
MParis, under the name of MPSoftPhone, has also released a version of SouthAfricaPhone for Windows devices. Users can visit MPSoftPhone for more information about getting this amazing app for their phone, PDA or desktop computer in time for The World Cup.
* iPhone, iPod touch and iPad
* Requires iPhone OS 3.1.3 or later
* 0.4 MB
Pricing and Availability:
SouthAfricaPhone 1.0 is only $3.99 (USD) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Sports category. Promo codes are available for qualified reviewers. Please specify the website or blog you represent when making your request.
MParis is a company built on 30 years of programming experience. The line up of MParis products includes software in the Business and Engineering categories. Copyright (C) 2010 Mobile-App-Marketing-Makeover & Edward Turner. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.