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Thumbs up [APP 2.1+][V0.9.7.3] Cricscoredroid Now Live IPL Streaming + Dash Clock extension

Released version 0.9.7,3 now with Live IPL Streaming!

List of new features,
  • IPL Live streaming and highlights!
  • Dash Clock extension
  • Lock screen widget.
  • Cricket News Slider.
  • T20 WC Points table.
  • Full Cricket Commentary with "endless" scrolling.
  • Twitter Stream tab.
  • Preference UI enhancement.
  • Notification ringtone preference.
  • Changed Cricket score provider
  • Holo dark theme.
  • IPL States
  • Lots of UI changes!


CricScoredroid shows current cricket matches with current score, results and fixtures, It also includes Audio Commentary and home screen widget.
With the help of this aplication, a user can select a particular match for detailed scorecard. The user can also subscribe to various notifications and alerts such as wickets and score
updates in various forms (Status bar alert or toast, audio). It also includes a home screen widget which displays the current score.
Application Settings includes score update rate, widget match selection and notification media selection(With sound, vibration or light).

It can be used for upcoming All upcoming major seris.

It is available on android market. just search "cricscoredroid".
Use it and rate.


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How does the notification system work? Does the app run in the background downloading data continuously and notify you at the end of 5 overs/fall of wicket or does it use C2DM ? Just curious to know how much data it uses once you close the app!
 
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As of Now, its pull notifications where Application background service pull data from server periodically. Currently data sent from server is very much optimised in gzip format, its around 0.5 Kb per request. Also data update rate can be configured by application user through settings.

As per my knowledge, C2DM is not available publically yet. It still under Goggle Labs. I have already requested for access. Yes, C2DM will great for push notifications where server pushing notifications to device about various events.

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Dear Sachin,

Just uploaded your app... the notification option is absolutely fantastic I must say... its has really helped me get constant updates of scored as they come

Although, I was a little disappointed when I started looking at the reviews of other cricket apps out there... there is so many more features out there in an app than just notifications, commentary, etc now a days. one for example is the Cricket World Cup 2011 app by these guys at Apppli. They have actually done a very good job at it and the best thing about the app is the Twitter feature which lets me follow the specific cricketers I would like to hear out.

My question is...Is your app a beta version?? Coz I would really like to see better features in the future...
 
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As of Now, its pull notifications where Application background service pull data from server periodically. Currently data sent from server is very much optimised in gzip format, its around 0.5 Kb per request. Also data update rate can be configured by application user through settings.

As per my knowledge, C2DM is not available publically yet. It still under Goggle Labs. I have already requested for access. Yes, C2DM will great for push notifications where server pushing notifications to device about various events.

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Thanks for the reply. Surely looks like a good app. Will try it out during the next Aus - Eng match!

AFAIK, C2DM is available to all developers but there is a process that needs to be followed to implement that in your apps, apart from the technical nuances like support only on Froyo and higher!
 
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@ sijju

Yes, This release has very basic features. This release mainly focuses on asynchronous notifications/alerts with minimal data usage.
I also used Cricket World Cup application by Apppli. It includes very nice features but It has bit heavy data usage. Its ok as long as you have unlimited data plan.

Yes, I am planning to release full fledge application before world cup.

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good work mate... keep it up )
 
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Smile Released CricScoredroid 0.2.1: Now with Audio Commentary.

This is major release which includes experimental audio commentary and two more tabs with info about upcoming matches and results.
 
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Nice app there
 
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thanks mate
let see how is work hope fully show pakistani score too

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