Android-phone users now have a better option for getting Wimbledon updates this year: the Wimbledon App for Android. If you’ve been used to getting your scores from the TV or from a sports website, maybe it’s time to start downloading the Android app and see what it has to offer.
For starters, the best thing about the Wimbledon app for Android is the convenience. It is available as a free download, so you won’t have to spend a single cent (or shilling).
The app provides you with a schedule of play for each day, live scores during matches, and the final results. If you would like to have a more in-depth coverage of the tournament, you can also get related news, player profiles, and a video collection of highlights and “golden moments”.
We expect the live scores feature to become a favorite among users. If you’re really busy with work or other stuff, the Live Scores will let you keep a sneaky eye on the action as it happens.
You want radio? The Wimbledon Android app has it. Listen in on three live radio channels that keep you updated during matches from the Centre Court, the No. 1 court, and a general program channel for news and scores across the other courts.
The Live @ Wimbledon radio functionality is actually one of the best features of the app. Tune in to the channel you want, and the app will continue to feed you the latest news while you do other stuff on your phone, like reading messages, tweeting, or updating your status on Facebook.
You can even browse the other areas of the Wimbledon Android app itself while listening to the radio. There’s also a cool “Find It” tool that you can use to search for facilities on the grounds. Very useful if you’re actually on location and need to find the nearest porta-potty or a first-aid station, for example.
If you need an Android app that lets you sink your teeth into this year’s Wimbledon, there’s nowhere better to go than the official Wimbledon App for Android.