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CaughtOffside.com, the world’s favourite independent football blog with 6 million monthly visits, is now the most popular sports app in the UK.
A little over a month ago, COS Mobile launched and is now flying high at the top of the AppStore’s Sports App chart.
Mark Apostolou, CaughtOffside.com’s Editor in Chief, said:
“We’re really pleased to be No.1 in the UK and grateful to our loyal fan base for downloading the app. We think we’re breaking new ground in sports on mobile by combining CaughtOffside’s world famous footy news and gossip with social TV elements, provided by fanatix, that enable our fans to connect during live television games. We think that’s going to be a lot of fun during the UEFA Champions League Final and Euro 2012.”
Will Muirhead, fanatix CEO, added:
We’re delighted that COS Mobile is No.1 in the UK. At fanatix, we believe the best way to enjoy sports is to share the experience with other fans. We’ve focused on providing a platform to facilitate fan discovery and communication and we look forward to powering other media entities interested in sport on the fanatix Social TV platform.
Caughtoffshdie.com is the World’s most popular independent football blog now the most popular app in the UK, the app is built on the fanatix Social TV platform and allows fans to:
CaughtOffside was founded in 2006 and quickly became the leading football blog in the UK and across the world. The site focuses primarily on English football clubs and has developed a strong culture and reputation amongst the online football community. It has one of the most active, and dedicated, contributor communities amongst all sports blogs and is known for its witty, entertaining commentary on the sport
fanatix was founded in 2011 to engage the burgeoning second screen sports entertainment community by providing discovery and communication tools to sports broadcasters, rights holders and publishers.
fanatix currently works with ESPN, Manchester City, Newcastle United, Everton Football Club and the Football Association as well as CaughtOffside.comMore information is available via the Fanatix website www.fanatix.com