Needless to say, the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 is getting hotter (and cooler as well) as teams are fighting for the World Cup, some of us are even struggling to keep ourself updated with the live scores and summary of the matches. Well, for those users who spend their most time in office, or at any place where the only thing they have is a Mac, we have an awesome app that can be your best partner all along this World Cup.
Of course if you have a Mac and an Internet connection, you can watch the live stream of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015, but what if you just can't afford to put your time in it and still want to stay updated?
Okay, we understand how it feels, but trust me, all you you need is an unobtrusive app that can take the strain for you. And fortunately, we have CricLive for Mac that costs only $0.99 and is available to download now from the Mac App Store. Unlike other apps, this app is as minimal as it can be, and this is what you need, especially in an office with a ‘bad ass' boss!
To get started you have to buy the app and install it. Once done, it will automatically start streaming the scores and stats for whatever game is going on at the time. In case there's no live game going on, you'll have to wait. It's no rocket science you know!
The app also provides some features you might fall in love with. For example, you get to hide the dock or even turn the whole app into mini mode. Not only this, you can even get updates pushed into Notification Center and at the same time control what kind of notifications you get in the first place. For instance, I have set mine to notify me of any 4 or 6 or a wicket! The ability to see live updates scores in dock icon makes the users experience much more appealing.
So for cricket fans, this app is nothing less than a boon. Just imagine that you can stay updated with your favorite game and at the same time support your country without even anyone else knowing it. And what if you see India winning every game it has played in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015? Well, get the app.