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As everyone knows, there’s not nearly enough football on the telly these days (ahem). For those in constant need of an extra fix, inFootball is the app you need. Covering all the world’s top teams (and some from the MLS) it provides all the stats, team news, fixtures and tables you could possibly need.

Still, there’s a million other apps that do that. What makes inFootball special is that when you select the teams you want to follow it’ll download videos and highlights straight to your phone or tablet, for you to watch at your leisure without any irritating buffering. And if you’re worried about incurring prohibitive data charges, you can set it to download only when you’re connected to WIFI. Back of the net!

It’s actually brilliant, and the only slight cause for concern is that while most of the sources are reputable enough (ESPN, Football365, BBC, etc.), some of the video updates are from user-generated sites like Daily Motion. Will this mean videos appearing that are not strictly legal? Who cares, we’re too busy watching another Messi hat-trick…

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Snoop Lion's Reincarnated: Track Notes App

Snoop Lion's Reincarnated: Track Notes App
Snoop Lion's ridiculous reinvention as some sort of peace-loving rasta reaches cinemas today in (self-produced) documentary form, preceding a reggae album due out next month. The film, by all accounts, features little more than Snoop imbibing insane amounts of ganja, so if you're looking for a little more content this app could be just the ticket. Created to provide an alternative to the liner notes that traditionally came with CDs and records back when people still bought them, the app contains three full songs with accompanying lyric videos, a bunch of interviews, and a peek into the perma-stoned player's wardrobe. There's also information about the sustainable fruit 'n' veg growing charity Mind Gardens he launched in Jamaica recently, which at least shows that 'Reincarnated' isn't JUST a cynical marketing ploy. Unless it turns out to be a front for growing more weed...
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MPEGs XI: Tommy Cash, Danny Brown, Mary Ocher and more…

From the titillating sleaziness of Tommy Cash to the monochrome oddities of Mary Ocher, set your square eyes on eleven of last month’s finest music videos…

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