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Official RWC 2011 Mobile App launched

Official RWC 2011 Mobile App launched
(RUGBYWORLDCUP.COM) Tuesday 23 August 2011

The Official Rugby World Cup 2011 Mobile App is now available to download for free for Blackberry, PlayBook, iPhone, iPad, Android and Windows Phone 7.

The App can be downloaded from www.rugbyworldcup.com/mobileapp.
Available in English, French and Spanish, it is the best way to stay in touch with all the latest action and news from Rugby’s showcase event.

Users can follow all 48 matches on their device with live match text commentary and score updates, half time and full time video highlights, Tournament news, statistics and much more.

For fans attending the world’s third largest sporting event the Rugby World Cup 2011 App is the perfect Tournament companion and in addition to exclusive match content, the App will also provide a rolling calendar of events for festival activities in New Zealand and will even locate the events that are nearest to your location.

RWCL Tournament Web Manager Dominic Kelly said: “Rugby World Cup 2011 will be the first truly ‘social’ Tournament. We have a facebook page with over 1.1 million likes, a dedicated Twitter page, You Tube channel and now an official App to ensure that fans attending the Tournament or following from their homes will be able to interact with Rugby World Cup 2011.”

“This free interactive App will deliver everything that both fans and the media will need to stay up to date with the Tournament and truly enjoy the Rugby World Cup experience.”

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