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New Goal.com Mobile App Now Available

FREE to download & keeping you connected on the move, delivering the latest football news, live scores, commentary & exclusive interviews plus much more making it better than ever before!

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Quicker and slicker than ever, the FREE Goal.com app comes in specific versions all optimised to your own mobile device.

The app is available in 13 different languages, and brings you all of the content from our worldwide network of reporters. 

Features include*:
•    Real time access to all goal.com content, including video
•    Live scores and in-match commentary
•    In app customisation to set up ‘favourite club’
•    Ability to share content direct to your Facebook or Twitter accounts
•    Pin favourite articles to homepage
•    View league tables
•    Ability to change goal.com editions

Simple and easy to use, the goal.com app is exactly what you need to keep up to date on the go!

The app is now available on the following devices: iPhone/iPad, Android/Galaxy Tab,BlackBerry/PlaybookNokia/QT, Bada/Samsung, Windows Mobile & WebOS - download now from one of the links below.

*Please note some versions may not support the full list of features.

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