Just a quick update to let everyone know the Moreover iPhone app is still going strong, and we’ve just updated the ‘Sport Events’ feeds set with some forthcoming spectacles of sport. Gone are the Ryder Cup and Commonwealth Games, and as we head into winter we’ve replaced them with two events sure to be dominating the back pages over coming months.. The Ashes news, as England seek to retain urn won in 2009, and the road to the Cowboys Stadium for Super Bowl XLV will be covered by NFL Playoffs news.
Download the app here and let us know if there are any events you think we should be covering in the app!
We hope you’ve all been enjoying our first iPhone app since its release earlier in the year, but with the new football season fast approaching and an autumn full of sport ahead we decided it was the right time to listen to your feedback by updating the app with extra features.
We’ve still got all the sport feeds you’re familiar with but now added the ability to create your own saved searches and customised feeds. So search for your favourite team or niche sport over our categories to get breaking news and latest scores from global sport news sources.
We’ve also added localised menus for US, UK, Global, and Event (think the Ryder Cup, Tour de France etc) focused sport, so whatever your interest we’ve got it covered. Download the app from iTunes here, and as before tell us your thoughts so we can score another app success!
Exciting news from the team here at Moreover, we’ve released our first iPhone app into the wild and are eager to hear what you think of it!
The app allows users to keep up-to-date with breaking sport headlines from global news sources across 25 different sport news feeds including football (soccer and American), baseball, basketball, Formula 1, golf, tennis and many more. You can also browse through the top sports stories of the day or search the news for the latest views and scores on your favourite team or athlete.
Behind the scenes the app is constantly checking the Web’s news sites for breaking headlines and links back to them whenever you click a headline. The Moreover Sport News app covers sport-specific and local news sites, along with the familiar sites such as the BBC and ESPN we all know, so whatever your sport we’ve got it covered.
Other features include a “more stories like this” functionality, email this article and post to Facebook.
Download the app here and be sure to leave us any feedback you have in the comments section below!
The video shows off the range of functionality the tablet should be capable off, a touch screen with plenty of customisable features to display photos, videos and interactive options certainly all looks very impressive, which could define where magazines are to go in an increasingly digital age.
Can we expect the SI Tablet to be on many a Christmas wish list sometime in the new decade or is something like the new Guardian iPhone app the future for digitalised content? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below and in the meantime have a very Merry Christmas, we’ll be back in the New Year with more from the world of Moreover and beyond!