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Who are you and what do you do here at theScore?
My name is Daniel, I write on soccer. Basically, we break news quicker than anybody else and write unique features – something as light hearted as a witty listicle to something very in depth, such as looking at tactics, out-of-the-ordinary stories from around the world and stuff like that. We’re trying to bring as much variety and intrigue to the user as possible. There’s a lot of creative freedom.

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From October 31, we will cease supporting our soccer-dedicated app ScoreMobile FC.

With active users on this application representing less than 2% of our 10.5 million audience, this move enables us to free-up developer time and other resources to focus on the platforms used by the vast majority of our users, including our flagship app theScore, where fans can access even better soccer coverage.

We know there will be some soccer fans disappointed with this decision. However, users on iOS and Android devices can continue to access theScore’s soccer content by installing theScore app, while users on other platforms (e.g. BlackBerry and Windows devices) can access theScore’s soccer content through the web browser on their device here.

For questions or feedback, you can contact us any time as always via thescoreapp@thescore.com.

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You wont miss a kick from the world’s biggest soccer tournament thanks to theScore. We’ll be delivering all the very best, real-time action straight to your mobile device. This week tech blog Mashable named theScore as one of the top apps to download to follow all the action from Brazil, and our list of soccer-specific features means fans can track every game and goal from World Cup 2014.

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iOS Soccer Update April 2014

Love stats? Love soccer? Then you’ll love theScore’s latest iOS update.

It’s a World Cup year, and theScore now offers deeper soccer coverage than ever before, including all major domestic league and cup competitions from England – including the FA Cup – as well as action from Spain, Italy, Germany, France, Mexico and the MLS, as well as the UEFA Europa League and the World Cup. And we’ve also made major improvements to our box scores for basketball and hockey too.

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FINAL Feed iPhone 2

We’ve significantly boosted our soccer coverage with our latest update for theScore on iOS and Android devices.

Check out our totally redesigned line-up view, which now includes the expected formation and positions of the staring XI. So no more guessing if the manager has gone for a 4-3-3, 4-2-3-1 or a good, old fashioned 4-4-2.

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