COLUMBUS, OH--(Marketwire - Mar 20, 2013) - Soccer fans with an insatiable appetite for the latest news, highlights, rumors and analysis will be imitating the world-famous "goooooooaaaaallll" call after downloading inFootball, a free Android app that aggregates content from 18 of the world's most popular -- and reliable -- soccer news sources. Allowing soccer (a.k.a. football, outside the U.S.) fans to self-select their favorite leagues, teams and news sources to follow, inFootball is the go-to resource for everything soccer.
Launching today in Google Play, inFootball pulls in updates from top outlets, including ESPN, CNN, FIFA.com, FoxSports, The New York Times, Premier League and more. Die-hard fans get immediate access to must-see content anywhere, anytime -- including news, videos and live scores. How's it work? inFootball pre-downloads content over WiFi or 3G (depending on the user's preference), helping users avoid the painfully slow mobile video buffering. Caching content for later viewing, the app creates an on-demand viewing experience for users.
"As a soccer fan myself, I needed an app that I could customize to get all the news, highlights and info about my favorite teams and leagues. When I couldn't find something that did this, we decided to build it ourselves," explained Hesham El Gamal, co-founder and president of inmobly. "Now, we're giving the world's most passionate sports fans a completely customized, multimedia experience to help them keep up on the latest soccer news."
inFootball is the latest Android app from personalized mobile content provider, inmobly -- a Columbus, Ohio-based company that first introduced their patented mobile technology in February with the launch of PAUL the App. Aiming to provide a new content-before-demand experience, inmobly's apps are simple solutions for a better mobile video experience.
To download inFootball for free visit the Google Play store. For more information, visit www.inmobly.com.
inmobly is bringing a simple solution to a complex problem. Through patented predictive technology, inmobly is creating a series of apps to improve the mobile video viewing experience. Founded in 2011 by Hesham El Gamal, professor of electrical engineering at The Ohio State University, and Nayer Wanas, inmobly's CTO, inmobly has received $650,000 in pre-seed funding, led by TechColumbus. inmobly has already launched the award-winning Arab News app, and was recognized as a front-runner in the 2012 Silicon Valley Global Tech Symposium. For more information, visit http://www.inmobly.com.