Nashik, Maharashtra India (PressExposure) April 26, 2011 -- Apps Allow Cricket Fans Mobile Access to Trivia and Sporting Terms.
Just weeks after India made history by winning the 2011 Cricket World Cup, interest in the sport is at an all time high, not just in India, but worldwide. In the finals, all eyes were on Mumbai as the Indian Team defeated Sri Lanka by six wickets on their home field, bringing the Cup to India.
Cricket truly is a world sport, and Winjit Technologies is proud to announce the release of two new iPad and iPhone applications, "Cricket Terms," and "Cricket Trivia." For the seasoned fan, or for anyone who has just recently taken an interest in the game, these applications are an accessible way for customers to learn about Cricket, and test their knowledge, while on the go.
"My players and local fans can now enjoy and learn about the game from anywhere," said Ravi Kothari Coach of Cricket Club of Nashik, Coach. "The mobile apps are well suited for learning more about the game, and enjoying the history and facts behind it."
"Cricket is an ever-changing sport," said Devdatta Kumbhare, of Winjit Technologies. "Even for seasoned Cricket lovers, knowing the definition of terms like 'chin music,' 'daisy cutter,' and 'gully' can be a challenge. Our Cricket Terms app will help fans not only learn about the historic nature of the game, but stay updated as to new terms and rules. And for enthusiasts who would like to test their own knowledge of the game, Cricket Trivia is an easy and enjoyable way to do so, with the simple click of a button on an iPhone or iPad."
Customers can visit iTunes to download and install the Cricket Terms and Cricket Trivia applications, along with sporting apps relating to Volleyball, Basketball, Water Polo, and Tennis. The majority of these applications are available at no or limited cost.