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Team Fuze iPhone, IPad App Review

22 Apr 2017
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Designed for the iPhone as well as iPad, the Team Fuze app from the stable of Muqbil Akhalaf is a new social tool for mobile devices where people can play online soccer together.

The latest version 1.44 was rolled out this year on April 19 with user interface update, some fixes to bugs and ability to find games being played at nearby location. It is 99.7 MB in size and compatible with iOS 9.3 or later. It supports the iPod touch too. The interface is made available in English as well as Arabic. It comes free and can be found in the Social Networking category on iTunes.

The key features of the app are like users can create a team, invite friends, setup a new match and find nearby matches too.

One can also voluntarily join a match and check who is coming to it either to play or to watch a match. Rating the players following wrap up of a match, awarding trophies, chat and sharing of match location are some of the cool feature that is worth downloading the Team Fuze app.

There are three stages of matches and in the first phase one can checkout who have come in and also learn the match location. He or she can use the chat feature to talk to other people who have come in to the match. The players are divided into two teams by admin, who also ends the match when it is done and goes to the next stage.

In the second stage the players get the right to vote for trophies as well as they can rate for each other too. This is a limited time period stage and lasts for just four hours.

Last but not the least comes the third stage in which calculation of votes are done and result is announced. The trophy goes to such player who gets most number of votes and the results are put on display for 24 hours.

Something to discuss about trophies is necessary as it is interesting. There are a total of four types of trophies and those are dubbed as MVP, best goal, dribbler and Ponera.

The enabled chat feature allows direct messaging, team chat and also in game chat.

Developer Muqbil Akhalaf says in the social app one can do a lot more than just setting up a sport match and inviting good friends.

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Last modified on Thursday, 29 Jun 2017 05:55
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