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Technology: Catch the best of Euro 2016 with these 4 apps

As Spain races forward to retain its Euro title, the road to Stad De France on July 10 is getting exciting. Follow all the action live, using these apps

The football fever is on. The UEFA Euro 2016 has reached its final leg with the undergoing round of 16 matches. But the road to Stade de France on 10 July is still not clear with several stages left before the winning team gets to take the trophy home. Who will fall and who will triumph? Follow the events both on and off-the-field with these handy apps.

Goal
Android, iOS
It has been around for some time now, and continues to keep us informed on all things football. From news, views, analysis and video highlights to match schedules and group standings, ESPN FC has got it all covered. There’s a live feed from Twitter to keep you informed on the  latest online chatter. You can also use the app to follow other football leagues.
Available on Google Play, iTunes Store

TheScore
Android, iOS
Stay updated on the latest news, views and more on your smartphone. The app also allows you to build score cards of your favourite teams and follow them closely. What more, Often touted as a well-designed app both in terms of user interface and experience, you can use The Score to follow NBA Basketball, Formula1, Mixed Martial Arts, as well as PGA Golf and ATP tennis. No cricket, though.
Available on Google Play, iTunes Store

Onefootball Adidas & Euro 2016
Android, iOS
From match predictions and statistics to news and expert analysis, OneFootball has got it all covered. The app offers push notifications for the latest results allowing you to remain updated on any changes. You can also use the app to check team and player profiles, lineups as well as predictions. You can also try Tackl, another app by OneFootball to discuss live matches with friends while keeping an eye on the past, current and upcoming matches. This requires Facebook messenger, though.
Available on Google Play, iTunes Store

Euro 2016
Android, iOS
The official app of the Euro 2016 is not the best but not the worst either. It’s a good place to remain updated about players, matches, fixtures, standings and much more. There’s a live Match Centre as well that offers latest video, audio or official statistics. However, keeping in mind that it’s the official app we would have welcomed details like formations used.
Available on Google Play, iTunes Store

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