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  • Published: 18:03 July 23, 2012
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Now, a cricket app from Gulf News
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  • The app, which can be downloaded on any iPhone from iTunes, is a one-stop destination for those looking for ball-by-ball score updates, commentary, teams, players’ statistics and tournament standings of any international cricket action across the world.

Dubai: Gulfnews.com, the online version of Gulf News, has now introduced its own cricket app ‘Gulf News Cricket Tracker’ to whet the appetite of the game’s aficionados

The app, which can be downloaded on any iPhone from iTunes, is a one-stop destination for those looking for ball-by-ball score updates, commentary, teams, players’ statistics and tournament standings of any international cricket action across the world along with the Indian Premier League (IPL.) Released on July 14, the app is compatible with the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad.

With cricket virtually a round-the-year affair now, the fans’ need to keep in touch with all the action while being on the move has increased and the ‘Tracker’ matches the apps launched by leading TV channels and cricketing websites. Stats ME is the technology partner for the app.

Gulfnews.com, which already has a dedicated cricket module, is currently the most read online newspaper in the Middle East. According to recent BPA figures, around 2.4 million new visitors access the site each month and browse over 18.5 million page impressions.

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