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French Open 2010 Tennis: Download Roland-Garros iPhone App

If you are an avid tennis fan then might we suggest you download the new Roland-Garros 2010 French Open Apple iPhone app, this is the official application for the French open.

You can now see the Roland-Garros tournament directly on your much loved iPhone 3G and 3GS from today, and it does not matter what network you are with either. Main features include: Live matches and video best of, Real-time scores/point by point, Real-time breaking news and photos, Video highlights, behind the scenes coverage and interviews, plus the Draws and results.

New added features include players bio, 3 languages supported, the official Roland-Garros radio, visitor’s guide + map of stadium and access to Orange Sport mobile website according to App Shopper.

If you are an Orange customer you will get Multicourt Coverage, which allows you to see live streaming of up to 5 matches simultaneously plus you can follow your favourite player with “match notification”.

For more information please either visit the source above or go directly to iTunes and download now, if you already have this iPhone app installed please send in your personal reviews and opinions. Thanks

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3 thoughts on “French Open 2010 Tennis: Download Roland-Garros iPhone App”

  1. Mike says:

    Have you actually used this app? Its awful and you can’t see the live video unless you are in France. There is no commentary on the day before highlights so you have no idea who is who, the interview videos don’t tell you who is being videod.

    Half of the menus haven’t been converted properly into English, and the radio crashes everytime I load it.

    Comapred to other Grand slam apps this is awful

    Great reviewing here….

  2. Francois says:

    Being in france is not enough, in order to watch live games you also have to:
    1. be a Orange customer (french ATT),
    2. buy a 6 euro/month subscription.

    Haven't seen the english version of the app, but the french one sucks enough!

  3. Bill Sweeney says:

    Thanks for those prior comments. I tried to find an app this morning and got some french version that I couldn't relate to. So I'll do without. Yes, the french versions sucks bigtime.