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We have been working since past few weeks on a new version of Sports Eye that is specific to the game of Soccer (Football). We have just released that version in the Android Market. The app follows freemium model having a less-featured free version and a Full version that’s ad-free and have more features.

Here’s the description text from the market:

“Follow the thrilling game of soccer (football) on your own Android phone. Get latest updates from famous news sources, expert opinions through top blogs and live scores at your fingertips. Find what your favorite players are up to by following them, track your favorite team in ranking tables and find upcoming matches through various schedules provided by the app. Share the updates with your friends on Facebook, Twitter and through email and SMS.

Tournaments: FIFA World Cup, UEFA, Premier League, La Liga, League One, League Two, FA Cup, Spanish Primera and others.
Players: Andres Iniesta,Carles Puyol,Carlos Tevez ,Cesc Fabregas,Cristiano Ronald,David Beckham,Diego Forlan,Fernando Torres ,Frank Lampard ,Johan Djourou,Kaka ,Lionel Messi ,Lukas Podolski,Nicolas Anelka,Robin Van Persie,Ronaldinho Gaucho,Ryan Babel,Steven Gerrard,Thierry Herny,Wayne Rooney,Xabi Alonso,Zlatan Ibrahimovic
Teams: Brazil, England, France, Italy, Australia, Spain, Germany, Argentina
Leagues: Arsenal, Manchester United, Chelea, Barcelona, Real Madrid, Liverpool
News Sources: ESPN, FIFA, Soccer League, Soccer News, UEFA News
Blogs: 101 Great Goals, EPL Talk, Kickette, NY Times, Pitch Invasion, Reuters, Soccer Lens
Live Scores: ESPN, Flash Score, Soccer Way, Sky Sports
Schedules: ESPN, BBC, Sky Sports
Tables: Sky Sports, BBC Sports”

Links to the market after the break.

Full Version: http://tinyurl.com/66zjr59
Lite Version: http://tinyurl.com/5szhhmf

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HTC Hero: Changing Your GMail Account

Planning to change your primary GMail account on an older Android powered device? (having Android version 1.5 or below). I recently faced this scenario where i had to change my primary account on my Android handset and it wasn’t a very user-friendly experience. So here, i am sharing some possible ways through which this can be achieved.

1. Hard-Reset and Start All-Over again:

Yes, that’s right! And that was what I did after other solutions didn’t work for me. In this case, there are two applications that did the trick for me to backup my otherwise non-backup-able data i.e. Text messages and Downloaded Apps. For backing up your applications, I recommend using ASTRO File Manager and for the SMS backup, you can use SMS Backup software. The SMS Backup software can also be downloaded from http://code.google.com/p/android-sms/ in case you have cleared your data and are not able to access the Market. Before downloading and installing the software from this link, you need to enable the Unknown Sources Check by going to Settings > Applications.

2. Clearing Google Apps Data and Logging Into Android Market

Another way that i found while researching over this matter is, clearing the Google Apps data through Android Application manager and then signing in to any Google application like GMail, GTalk and Market. You will see the same Account setup wizard where you can configure your new Google ID. In addition to this, some people posted that you would need to ‘root’ you device and then clear the contents of folder “data/data/com.android.providers.settings”.