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apps Updated: Jul 25, 2012 15:13 IST

London 2012: Official Results
This app for the Olympic and Paralympic Games covers all 36 sports showcased. Fans around the world can keep up with the latest news and events taking place at the venues. While the medal tally option is useful, enthusiasts will be happy to learn that they can also personalise live updates and notifications according to their choices.

You could keep track of countries in the gold medal lead and set reminders so that you don’t miss out on anything. And if that’s not all, search for athletes by sport and by country, and select individuals as favourites in the ‘My Games’ section.

BBC Olympics
Worried you may miss the opportunity to watch an Indian athlete stand on the podium, claim a gold while the tricolour flutters in the background and the familiar tunes of ‘Jana Gana Mana’ echo in London? The BBC Olympics app can come to your rescue with 24 live streams of the ongoing action, medal moments and highlights. Each country, sport and athlete has its own page along with interviews and a detailed schedule for every event. Share stories, videos and results by email and on social networks.

The app is available for Android 2.2 phones and above. Flash installation is required to watch live video and highlights.

London 2012 Official Join In App for the Olympic and Paralympic Games
It caters to the fan inside an Olympic stadium as well as the ones sitting it out. You can use it to find out what's happening in your vicinity in London (if you are those lucky few to have scored a ticket) as well as live updates and commentary from the Games.

Game on London 2012 - Official Mobile Game
Always wanted to go for gold at the Olympics but couldn't? Now you can, virtually at least. This official mobile game allows you to train your athlete in nine events –100m, 110m hurdles, 100m freestyle, double trap, triple jump, pole vault, 100m butterfly, kayak and archery. Choose from three different difficulty modes, eight languages and add to your country's medal tally, all within real Olympic venues.