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Worldwide Launch of Second Screen App 'Layzapp'- With Integrated Selfie Competition "The Loudest Fans"

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Zurich, Switzerland, June 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

 

  • Get real-time statistics, scores and background infos during the football world cup 
  • The Loudest Fans: interactive selfie taking allows to cheer for favorite soccer team  
  • Layzapp is now available for all smartphone and tablet users worldwide 

After the successfull launch of the tablet beta version in Germany, Austria and Switzerland in April 2014, the second screen App called Layzapp (http://www.layzapp.com) is now available for free for smartphones and tablets worldwide. The App provides its users with detailed real-time information around every game of the football world cup in Brazil, such as statistics, scores and player profiles by scoreradar (http://www.scoreradar.com) - and much more. Layzapp gathers relevant articles, Facebook posts, videos and more from the web, all you have to do is download the App and tune in.

Thanks to the integration of Twitter, users can exchange opinions around the ongoing games. Any content seen via Layzapp can be shared through the native sharing function or bookmarked to be read later.

The interactive game "The Loudest Fans" (http://www.theloudestfans.com) allows fans to cheer for their favorite soccer team. Fans are encouraged to cheer as loud as possible for five seconds until a selfie is taken automatically. Meanwhile, a real-time graph displays the cheering volume and the equivalent score that they earn for their favourite team.

Meanwhile, Layzapp plans to go big: "We plan to release other interesting features in the near future and also cover TV stations from all over the world," says Lukas Hotz, co-founder and CEO of Layzapp. "With the current Layzapp version we intend to make the TV experience more exciting and keep sports fans updated at all times. So tune in - AND LAYZAPP!"

About Layzapp: 

Layzapp (http://www.layzapp.com) is a second screen App, that aggregates and provides additional information to the current TV program. The App either links with the current TV program via audio recognition or check in and collects information from the web and social networks by means of custom-developed algorythms.

Contact: stefanie.Laufs@piabo.net +49-30-2576205-16


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