Keep Up On All The London 2012 Olympic Results With The Official App [iOS Tips]

Keep Up On All The London 2012 Olympic Results With The Official App [iOS Tips]

Don’t miss a thing.

Not getting enough Olympic information to feed your habit? Are you obsessing over every event, every result, cheering your team to victory? Well, perhaps the official London 2012 Summer Olympics App from The London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games Limited will fit the bill.

This app promises all the latest Olympic news, schedules, and result, letting you stay up to date with the latest happenings from all Olympic sports live while the games are happening. Here’s what it has.

There’s an updated list of all the athletes participating in London 2012, like biographies, news stories, and performance stats of each one. You can search for them via sport or country, and even save your favorite ones for later browsing.

You can view live news, photos, and social commentary from the Games, and you can even share results with your friends on Twitter and Facebook. There’s a daily calendar to tell you what events are happening and who is competing in them on any given day of the games. You can set reminders here to notify you when the event is about to occur, so you never miss a minute. There are complete medal reports that you can filter by country, athlete, or sport. You can also create a news stream, called My Games, tailored to your own tastes and sport preferences. It’s like a having your own Olympics coverage on your mobile device. It’s a universal app, so iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch users can all join in on the fun.

London 2012: Official Results App for the Olympic and Paralympic Games is available for free in the iTunes App Store, so what are you still here for?

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