SofaScore, my favorite sports app, has been updated. The first update for the year 2018 has for main feature information about players transfers. This new option can be found under the Leagues tab, literally. And that’s quite an extensive list that covers every football league worldwide. Fortunately, SofaScore built-in a good filtering tool.
Tapping ‘Players Transfers’ reveals a long list of transfers with such data as the transfer amount, the date the transfer occurred and, obviously, the teams involved in the transfer. The ‘Player Value’ tab lists the players by value. While the ‘Transfer Fee’ tab lists the transfers from the most expensive to least. You can tap each entry in the list for more details about the player and choose to receive notifications for this player. Finally, the last tab filters the transfers by date. Like I said, the transfer feature covers pretty much every league.
SofaScore makes it even easier to filter that extensive list of transfers. Simply tap ‘Filter list’ to do a manual filter by nationality, league, player position, and age. Start typing and the app will pull up the matching leagues and nationality for you. A quick and easy way to find what you’re looking for.
Here are the other items in the changelog:
· Squads are now available for teams in Handball (ex. EHF Euro 2018)
· “Forum” is replaced by “SofaScore News” in navigation drawer. Get an insight in SofaScore project from a slightly different perspective.
Make sure you download/update SofaScore in Google Play Store to get all the info you want on your favorite sport.