Even before the Rugby World Cup had kicked off in New Zealand, those crazy Kiwis were getting into the mood by coming together in flashmobs to perform the Haka. With the competition now underway, this app is a good bet for rugby fans who want to keep up with all the action.
Not only does it list all the fixtures and group standings, but it also provides you with live score updates. Those who are nuts about statistics will love that it incorporates heaps of historical data, including all the result from every World Cup since it started in 1987. The free version is supported by adverts, but if you’d prefer not to have to put up with them the paid version only costs a quid.
With live score updates and a database that puts heaps of statistics at your finger tips, this app is a good option for rugger fans.