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Discussion in 'iPad Apps' started by adityashah1989, Apr 17, 2011.
Is there a good app/website to watch EPL, UCL and LaLiga highlights?
Ifooty Free video subscription in app. Tsn if all you care about it English premier league. Let me know if you find something better
iFooty is no good pal. I was looking something of the level of what Footytube gives to the desktop for my iPad. There is scope for something magical on the iPad for such an app.
Would appreciate some direction.
It's not any of the leagues you mentioned, but, you said "soccer", so, I recommend the MLS app.
MLS flames away! My motto for the league is, "MLS - It's just all we have, ok?"
And I'm a fan! Union pride.
Hey, we had Donovan at Everton for exactly 14 minutes, and I'd have him back in a jiffy.
I try to follow the Yanks who make it over there. There was an ESPN special about his loan, looked like Everton took good care of him. He's the face of US soccer, that's for sure.
The only reason I used the term 'soccer' was because I did not want people to start recommending apps for American football. And to answer your question I am not interested in MLS apps.
I've been hoping for such an app but nothing so far. For la liga, serie a and bundesliga I use YouTube. For nice long epl highlights, I go to dailymotion.com and search, works on iPad. And for live soccer on the iPad I use veetle.com
Ah, you should've just used a slogan from a few years ago: "Major League Soccer: It's right here." I have no idea who got paid to come up with such a "DUH! WINNING!" statement, but I wish it had been me.
The MLS app seems to be the second-best major sports app behind MLB. The NBA app is crap unless you spend money, and even then it's probably still annoying to navigate. The NFL and NASCAR are in bed with Sprint or whomever, so they don't even bother. Quite a shame that they hate money so much.
Anyway, don't know of any soccer apps outside of MLS.
Beetle works on the iPad?! Did not know that. Is there a Veete app or do we just visit the website on Safari?
On the topic, someone like footytube need to come out with an app for football highlights.
try this it is a simple web app
no installation needed
The web site