Sports fans will be pleased to know that Fanfeedr is finally available in the Android Market. It differentiates itself from the other sports applications by creating an individualized social experience based on interest and localization.
In order to use the app effectively, you need to provide your Facebook login information. It then allows you to personalize your app experience by selecting favorite teams and players. Once you have it tailored to your interests, it allows you to receive push notifications for real-time scores, follow games live, view tweets from fans and players and track what your Facebook friends are watching and saying as well.
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