With just 2 weeks to go until the biggest sporting event of the season. Drinksin are gearing up to bring you two killer Free applications to ensure you don’t get stuck trying to convince unfriendly landlords that they really should turn over for the big games.
Our teams have searched the length and breadth of the country to bring you pubs showing all the World Cup action in time for kick off. We’re adding pub data every day to make sure that you have the info you need at your fingertips in time for the big games and a summer of great football down the pub with friends.
If you want your local to get listed, be sure to tell them they can be on the app for Free in as little as 5 straight forward minutes by registering at www.drinksin.com/worldcup
The iPhone app is now live on the app store and can be downloaded here, the Nokia app for map enabled smartphones is also now available from the Ovi Store
So what does it do?
Footy Pubs 2010, available on iPhone’s and Nokia’s new map optimised smart phones gives you directions to all the pubs and bars showing this summer’s big games.
Get fixtures and kick-off times in venues round the corner or anywhere you’re going. Pick a match then pick your spot.
Let Footy Pubs 2010 do all the work for you and let your mobile take you there with turn-by-turn directions straight to the bar – and the crucial games. Wherever you are, whoever you’re with, never miss a goal, never miss the best seats – never be without Footy Pubs 2010 for a great summer of football!
Registered pubs are also showcasing some amazing footy offers within the apps, for a sample of some of the amazing stuff on offer, take a look at our London Best World Cup pubs article here
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