Tutis Media Introduces ‘Tutis World Cup 2010’ Mobile App

By June 5th, 2010 AT 2:21 PM

Tutis Media Introduces 'Tutis World Cup 2010' Mobile AppTutis Media today announced the launch of  ‘Tutis World Cup 2010’ mobile app.The application will go live by 8 June, 2010 and the application has been currently priced Rs 100 per download.

The application works for users without smartphones too.The features that would play post download of mobile application include News & Feature Stories around Football World Cup 2010,Fixtures with details like Date, Team Line Up, Match Preview & Review, Last 6 games, Goal Times,Latest Scores etc.

On this occasion, Mr Mahnish Patel, CEO, Tutis Media Streaming Pvt Ltd said, “ With the introduction of advanced technology, the entire mobile industry is undergoing a revolution. Tutis strives to break new grounds and will continue to launch new applications for sports lovers across India. Our customers can expect new and revolutionary applications in the coming months. ”

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wow thats gr8

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India does not have much of Football fans, It was better to launch an application of Cricket, then Rs. 100 would have been fine!!

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