The app is now available for free download from the App Store and Google Play. READ MORE: Foolish to write off India in World Cup: Geoff Allott Hope India will win World Cup 2015 too: Mandira Bedi
The ICC Cricket World Cup 2015, the 11th edition of cricket's flagship event, gets underway on February 14 and will see 14 of the best teams in the world compete for the game's top prize. The 2015 edition of the ICC Cricket World Cup promises to be the biggest and best in the event's history.
Whether fans are on the ground in Australia and New Zealand or anywhere around the world, anybody can get closer than ever before to the event by downloading the new ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 App for free direct to their smartphone or tablet.
The App will have a number of unique features and has been designed to enhance the user experience and enjoyment of ICC Cricket World Cup 2015.
It will keep fans thrilled with its innovatively designed features and allow everyone to keep themselves up-to-date with all the latest news during the tournament – along with experiencing the best of ICC's digital activations for the World Cup. So fans can play the Official ICC Cricket World Cup Fantasy League, Pick their Greatest All-Time World Cup XI, Play the Official ICC Cricket World Cup Quiz or look back over the 100 Greatest World Cup Moments Countdown all on their smartphone or tablet.
The ICC will also have several former legends of the sport contribute exclusive columns that will offer their perspective on the spectacle that will be the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015, all of which can be accessed through the App.
Actress, host and designer Mandira Bedi is looking forward to the upcoming ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 and believes that India is going to lift the trophy this year as well.
"Like every Indian cricket fan, I also believe India is going to win the World Cup this year. We are the defending champions. How we played in last most recent series does not matter. I feel like Australia we can have a wining streak," said Mandira at an event here on Tuesday.
"It's gonna be a great World Cup. It's gonna be a memorable World Cup as every world cup always is," she added.
The app is now available for free download from the App Store and Google Play.
READ MORE: Foolish to write off India in World Cup: Geoff Allott
Hope India will win World Cup 2015 too: Mandira Bedi