It'll Go To Penalties - The World Cup Podcast 1.2.2

Here's the free iPhone app built to accompany the hit World Cup podcast, 'It'll Go To Penalties'. This app will bring you the podcast directly to your iPhone or iPod Touch without having to hook it up to your PC 3 times a a week so don't miss a ...

It'll Go To Penalties - The World Cup Podcast 1.2.2

Here's the free iPhone app built to accompany the hit World Cup podcast, 'It'll Go To Penalties'.

This app will bring you the podcast directly to your iPhone or iPod Touch without having to hook it up to your PC 3 times a a week so don't miss a word from panelists; Phil Cornwell, Paul Whitehouse, Eamonn Holmes, Nick Frost, Omid Djalili, Kriss Akabusi, Sam Delaney, Paul Hawksbee, Phil Whelans, Michael Smiley, DJ Tayo, Iain Coyle and Paul Tonkinson.

Having this app also means you can stream the podcasts directly and not hit that evil limit set by your phone network to prevent you downloading anything bigger than an email!

The It'll Go To Penalties iPhone app will also keep you up to date with online news from the BBC and other sources as it happens! No more fiddly searching to see the latest scores, results and news, it's all delivered here!

Advantages:
Get the podcast before anyone else - podcast feed updates instantly!
No need to sync - no more messing about downloading the podcast to your PC, plugging your iPhone in the next day, waiting for the podcast to transfer and missing it for that really boring journey from work. Now with just a click, the latest podcast is already there waiting for you.
No Computer Required - with no need to sync anymore, there's no need to ever return to your PC again (except to do other things). So it's perfect for keeping in touch with goings on in South Africa, wherever you are.
Latest News - catch up on the latest news, as it happens! Instant mobile-optimised news feeds will update your eyes while your ears are busy laughing along with the podcast!
Go Silent - use this app to pretend there's a breaking World Cup story coming through when your 'significant other' starts telling you about those new shoes she wants!


Disadvantages:
You may seem suddenly and inexplicably super-knowledgeable about the latest news from South Africa and find yourself re-quoting some of the gags. Try not to break into smug, knowing smiles in public places when listening to the podcast or laugh too loudly on public transport.

   



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