Best 5 Apps for Euro 2016
It goes without saying that football is on the agenda for most at the moment, with the Euro 2016 well and truly underway in France. For all footy fans out there we’ve compiled a list of 5 useful apps whilst the Euro 2016 is taking place!
UEFA Euro 2016 Official App
The app combines everything you need to know from the group stage to the final on 10 July. It’s the place to check for all you need to know about the teams, players, matches, fixtures plus plenty more!
The app shows overall statistics and information about the players – from who’s been issued a yellow/red card to how many goals each player has scored.
Once you’ve installed the app you can:
- Select your favourite team
- Follow the live MatchCentre for your ultimate companion during the matches
- Keep updated with the latest news from the camps from the dedicated reporters
With the BBC Sport app you will be notified and receive key updates as they happen, wherever you are. Alerts are for goals, team line-ups, and half-time and full-time scores. Don’t miss out! Download the BBC Sport app on iOS or Android. Keep on top of the latest sports news, live action, scores and highlights. It’s the best way to follow all the action from Euro 2016.
The app is not only perfect for keeping up to date with the Euro 2016 but also Wimbledon and other sports!
For some, placing a bet on your favourite team adds to the experience and brings excitement. Bet365 is a popular online sports betting company, the app offers an extensive range of pre-match and In-Play markets, alongside top sporting action streamed live to your iPhone and iPad.
Bet In-Play with the fastest, most extensive service on the market. Here are some of the benefits:
- The Cash Out and Partial Cash Out features give you more control of your bets
- Tailored Push notifications keep you up-to-date with the latest information
- Track the action across a wide range of sports with Match Live
A VPN allows you to route your internet connection and all its associated traffic through a server of your choice. For the Euro 2016, a VPN allows you to watch live matches on websites that broadcast the tournament for free.
ExpressVPN adds an additional layer of security with least possible effect on download speed, meaning you don’t have to worry about experiencing slow load times.
BBC iPlayer is ideal for catching up with all the goals, match highlights and lots more from the 2016 UEFA European Championship in France. So there’s really no excuses for missing out on the gossip and conversations about the games!