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Download size2 MB
- Windows Phone 8.1
- Windows Phone 8
- Windows Phone 7.5
- phone identity
- photo, music, and video libraries
- data services
- phone dialer
- push notification service
- web browser component
- WVGA (480x800)
- music library
- media playback
- movement and directional sensor
- HD720P (720x1280)
- WXGA (768x1280)
Supported languages (1)
English (United States)
The ESPNcricinfo Windows 8 app provides comprehensive coverage of cricket from around the world from espncricinfo.com. With live ball-by-ball scoring, comprehensive news, features and editorial content, it's the most beautiful way yet to follow cricket. We have developed this app keeping fans like you in mind. The full feature list includes . Access to exclusive editorial content through sections such as ‘Specials’ and ‘Blogs’. • Share content through social networks. • Support for ‘ESPNcricinfo conversations’ to read and post comments from the app. • Live tile support • All new design to ensure you follow the sport the way it should be.
19-12-2014No, live notification & infact settings page not open properly.
17-12-2014The app is beautiful! and works perfectly. However, here are a few suggestions : 1. Include a few more settings, including option for logging in and posting comments 2. Provide an option for having a black background theme (helps saving on battery) 3. Enable reading all comments on an article (currently one can read only 10) 4. Enable accessing player profiles from inside the app itself 5. Enable opening of articles from hyperlinks inside the app itself. 6. Update soon and frequently. Thank you. :)
13-12-2014Good app, but please update it. There are many shortcomings such as the notifications, live tile and an incomplete scorecard. Spoils the app experience altogether.
13-12-2014Unable to view the match notes.
13-12-2014Please give an update. Works to slow and no live tile
09-12-2014Font is small and the app is not customizable. Also live tile is not there.
30-11-2014What is the point of having a commentary section. I go back and see only incomplete commentary of the match. Irony is this seems to be only in windows app! Either you be consistent across platforms or better dont give a app.