Training With Messi Mobile App Goes Live in BlackBerry

By November 21st, 2011 AT 2:31 PM

Training With Messi Mobile App Goes Live in BlackBerryFor the first time the interactive game Training with Messi is available for smartphones ,one has to accept the challenge of training with the best soccer player on mobile.

The application was created by Leo Messi Foundation and Social Team, in order to fulfill a double dream that thousands of fans get closer and play with their idol and at the same time, to help improving the situation of thousands of children and adolescents in social risk worldwide.

With this goal in mind, all funds collected with the application will be destined to support charity projects embraced by Leo Messi Foundation.

The application Training with Messi is the first for smartphones, and it is already available in English and in Spanish

One can also participate in the contest to meet him in person during an event organized by Leo Messi Foundation.

If you are lucky enough and recommend the game to all your friends the winner will receive a signed jersey and may even take pictures with him!

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Two versions available in BB APP WORLD – one free and other Rs 92.95

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