The third game in this feature is West Brom V Liverpool. Liverpool have a lot to prove this season after a disappointing 2011-2012 season which saw them finishing in 8th position, so a win here is essential. A win for West Brom would be a great start.
Premiership apps – West Brom app V Liverpool app
Platform: iPhone, iPad, ipod Touch,
Average rating (Latest version): 4 / 5
The official West Bromwich Albion app, gives you all the latest news as and when it happens, with player profiles and stats for all the players.
The live match day feature gives you live text commentary, next match countdown ticker, free wallpapers and ticket information.
There is a subscription service which gives you match video highlights and exclusive club video content, this is charged at £2.49 for 1 month, £6.99 for 3 months or £24.99 for 12 months.
With a recent update that fixed a crashing issue in iOS5, this app is getting good reviews, the monthly subscription plans aren’t the cheapest but there are not many complaining about that so either the fans aren’t bothering with it finding the free info enough, or it’s worth every penny
Platform: iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch
Average rating (Latest version): 4/5
Liverpool official app gives you all the latest breaking news from the club, transfer gossip, in game scores and results from all Premiership, carling cup, FA cup games.
You also get in game text commentary, stats teamsheets, plpayer profiles + More.
The subscription service is priced at £2.49 for 1 month, £4.99 for 2 months, £7.95 for 3 months, £13.99 for 6 months and £24.99 for 12 months. and gives you additional features such as: Live audio commentary, video highlights and player interviews.
Wit the fans happy with the new update this app is getting off to a good 2012-2013 season, the previous version of this app was disappointing much like the teams performance, but with a new app and a new manager this season is looking good for the official Liverpool FC app.
West Brom 2 – 3 Liverpool
This was a tight match with West brom going ahead at first due to it’s lower subscription plans and enthusiastic support, but Liverpool got that winnning goal as although the subscription service is more expensive, it offers more monthly options and has live audio commentary.