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8/6/2016
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Eric Zeman
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5 iOS, Android Apps To Follow The Olympics

The 2016 Rio Summer Olympic Games are set to thrill the world with feats (and feets!) of glory over the next two weeks. Here are five apps to help you catch all the action.
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Olympics -- Official App

 Let's start with the obvious. The Olympics -- Official App comes straight from the IOC . It includes schedules, results, news, records, medal counts, and galleries. The app also offers some video content and allows users to track athletes, sports, and teams. Olympics -- Official App also offers lots of data on Olympics of years past, so you can discover previous record-holders. 

 Download Olympics -- Official App for Android and iOS. 

(Image: Google Play)

Olympics -- Official App

Let's start with the obvious. The Olympics -- Official App comes straight from the IOC . It includes schedules, results, news, records, medal counts, and galleries. The app also offers some video content and allows users to track athletes, sports, and teams. Olympics -- Official App also offers lots of data on Olympics of years past, so you can discover previous record-holders.

Download Olympics -- Official App for Android and iOS.

(Image: Google Play)

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