The best way to watch
FIFA World Cup 2010 on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch
If you are a big fun of football, you won’t miss any wonderful match in this FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa. However, you should work for life, or if you are housewife, you should cook for your family, can you watch the whole matches without missing any games? Of course not, so download the whole games on your computer, enjoy them any time and any places is the best way for you.
There are several ways for you to watch World Cup 2010 on your Mac:
Streamline on iPhone & iPad
EyeTV software, together with compatible hardware, burns your Mac into both a TV and a Digital Video Recorder (DVR). Watch, record, edite and enjoy television on your Mac, and play it on your iPod, iPhone or Apple TV.
Slingbox is a TV streaming device that enables users to remotely view their home’s cable, satellite, or personal video recorder (PVR) programming from an Internet-enabled computer with a broadband Internet connection.
The official site of the international governing body of football with news, national associations, competitions, results, fixtures, development, organization, world rankings, statistics, the International Football Association Board, history, laws of the game, futsal, publications, downloads, and contact details.
Tune4mac Free Youtube Downloader for Mac:
If you are not in range of a WIFI connection doesn’t mean you can’t get FIFA fix on your Mac, just download the World Cup videos from Youtube and save them to your Mac for enjoyment offline.
Choose from 900 international TV channels without fumbling with any extra hardware. The selection of U.S. stations is a little lacking, so remember to search for "football," not "soccer."
If you happen to have an old-fashioned TV tuner card installed in your Mac, OrbLive will stream live TV to your phone--or at least it’ll try really hard.
Since AT&T Mobile TV doesn’t play nice with the iPhone, the only way to watch ESPN Mobile TV is with the MobiTV app and a $9.99 monthly subscription plan.
Social Bookmark on iPhone & iPad
Thanks to the contributions of all kinds of social networking, funders, they make friends all the way across the globe connected any time and any places.
Twitter is a rich source of instantly updated information, it’s easy to stay updated on an incredibly wide variety of topics.
Facebook is a social utility that connects people with friends and others who work, study and live around them. If you haven’t accessed Facebook, the FIFA World Cup 2010 page is the best place to start, where you can chat with players and fans around the world, check out videos and console each other after a painful defeat.