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by Webnme2 on Feb 13th 2010 in iPhone and Apps

While watching the opening ceremony for the 2010 Olympic ceremonies the question came up – where can I get a schedule for all the Olympic events.  Thinking well “There’s an app for that” I checked into the App Store and found a couple of great apps for the 2010 Olympics.

The Official Mobile Spectator Guide

This guide was prepared by Bell and offers schedules, maps, event information, descriptions and more. We found it easy to use and a great way to see when hockey teams would be playing in the games.    The app is free and covers more than 2,000 sport and cultural events in 17 venues.

NBC Olympics on AT&T

This guide was prepared by AT&T and offers top stories, videos, medal counts, features, bios, and good integration with facebook and Twitter.  The app is free and probably a must-have for any armchair Olympics fan that wants to keep up on the latest information about the Olympics.

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