The first thing to do is answer the question — what is a cross platform mobile app? Simply put, a cross platform mobile app can be used on multiple operating systems. Great examples of operating systems that see regular use of cross platform mobile apps are Android and iOS. This article dives into the ins and outs of cross platform mobile development, highlighting the evolution of the industry and some of the most popular cross platform solutions to date.
No matter whether you call it football or soccer, the Android platform has plenty of apps that will let you keep an eye on game scores and enjoy the matches. Most of them apply to football games around the world, so even if you’re not interested in Major League Soccer you can still keep track of what’s going on regardless of the league. The apps are not all stats and scores, either — we have a few soccer games in the list too to help you keep occupied.
For years the majority of us have been able to browse news sites on the internet while bored. What has changed in recent years is the number of apps offering to browse for us – collecting news stories from around the net to present in a cool grid.
Here we present some of the best apps for keeping up with news on the go, but be aware they may be irresistible to chronic procrastinators!
Download a sports app to your smartphone and you can be up to date with the latest scores, schedules and news for your favorite sport at all times. Most sports apps allow you to select your favorite teams, and set up custom alerts, as well as providing a stream of sports news as it breaks, to keep you up to date on scores, highlights and fantasy statistics. The following sports apps are among the best free apps for Android and iOS.