How to Watch FIFA 2014 on Your Smartphone

The Football World Cup is here and with people getting busy with their lives, it is often difficult to catch up on the matches on the go. Today we’ll tell you how to watch Fifa World Cup 2014 on your smartphone on the go. A pre-requisite is a fast internet connection so either you get a 3G/4G pack on your device or get a fast speed Wi-Fi connection.


Sony Liv Sports application which is the official application for the football world cup offers a live stream alongside the telecast. An in-app purchase of Rs 120 will allow you to get the complete World Cup streaming on your phone or you can choose to get a single team’s matches for Rs 60. With the twists in the World Cup already coming into action, we suggest you go in for the Rs 120 purchase.

You can also download the Tata Sky TV application which will offer you free services for a month and charge you Rs 60 for it post that. After downloading the application, you need to activate Everywhere TV service.  This app makes more sense than anything else as it gives you access to all the channels for free in addition to the World Cup. But this is valid only if you are a Tata Sky subscriber.

Both the apps are available for iOS as well as Android.

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June 17, 2014 10:46 am 10:46 AM

For Windows Phone use brazil 2014 live app.

Go to phone setting and change the country to UK to download the below app.

June 17, 2014 8:59 am 8:59 AM

Ek toh 3g hona chahiye. uske paise alag. upar se 120/60 rupees ka subscription that also for only one month.
aur ye sab kisike liye, just for watching Football?
lame idea … :p

June 17, 2014 11:56 pm 11:56 PM

WiFi will also do..

I found this quite attractive!

June 17, 2014 6:18 am 6:18 AM

Off topic but I think it is important:- I read a custome comment on Moto E on flipkart. SAR value of motorola phones are high. 1.5 something. As Indians, do we really care about radiation from smartphones ?

Abhijan Pal
June 17, 2014 2:09 pm 2:09 PM
@Mohit Do you know SAR value limit? If not then please read the below statement. ‘Any cell phone at or below these SAR levels (that is, any phone legally sold in the U.S.) is a “safe” phone, as measured by these standards. The FCC limit for public exposure from cellular telephones is an SAR level of 1.6 watts per kilogram (1.6 W/kg).’ In case of moto e SAR value is 1.5 so it’s safe. Motorola is a Google company, so they won’t sold any illegal product any were in the world. Also due to SAR value is high in… Read more »
June 17, 2014 11:44 am 11:44 AM

Yes, the SAR value is on the higher side. However, since no one pointed it out, and I check the SAR value always before purchasing the phone, I did not buy the E.

However, I should also point out one more thing – All the chinese rebrands, I would not be so sure of the SAR values they publish. I feel they use the SAR value that is given by the ODM which supplies the device/internals. And I dont trust those values.