With just two days to go before the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games comes to an end, now is the perfect time to download our free ‘My Games’ and ‘My Results’ mobile apps.
Almost 400,000 people have already downloaded these digital companions which will help you make the most of the thrilling sporting action still to come from the Games – all from the palm of your hand!
MY GAMES APP
The My Games app is the perfect pocket guide as you journey through Games Time in Glasgow. Compile your very own schedule so you don’t miss those final magical medal moments, keep up to date with the latest news, photos, videos and social buzz, and make the most of your time in the city with our cultural event listings and handy guidebook on all things Glasgow.
If you plan to grab last minute tickets, you can get the latest on public transport, parking restrictions and other essential venue information for your events.
Check out some of the reviews for yourself:
"Fantastic app for information and latest news, as well as a great feature of being able to schedule upcoming events and sports."
"Simple and easy to use, Great way of finding what's on and when."
"Great wee app. Very easy to use, thanks."
Download My Games on Google Play, iTunes and Amazon.
MY RESULTS APP
Follow the medal journey of your favourite athletes, nations and sports with the My Results App – a bank of Commonwealth Games information right at your fingertips. Keep up to date with those all-important results and medal standings on the move, so you won’t miss a thing!
"I have to admit that this is a wonderful app to keep you updated with latest events."
Download My Results on iTunes, Google Play and Windows Phone.
GLASGOW 2014 POSTCARDS APP
Don’t forget, you can also upload your selfies from the Games and turn them into cool personalised postcards with the Glasgow 2014 Postcards App. You can send these unique mementos to friends and family anywhere in the world, straight from your phone!
"They have a postcard app and it's probably the coolest thing ever" said one Australian athlete. "I can put my photographs on a postcard and send them. Brilliant!"