Top 10 Confederations Cup apps

Top 10 Confederations Cup apps

Summary: As the Confederations Cup kicks off this weekend, here's our pick of the ten most useful mobile apps for tourists and those doing business in Brazil - from soccer tools to city guides

SHARE:
TOPICS: Mobility
7

 |  Image 5 of 11

  • Word Lens

    Word Lens is an augmented reality translator which uses the phone's built-in camera to identify text (such as a sign or a menu) and have the words translated to another language. It also includes a dictionary tool. The only downside is that the app sometimes struggles to "read" text in non-standard fonts. Word Lens is free on Apple's iTunes, but an in-app purchase is needed to enable translation capabilities. On Google Play, the free demo and the full translation-enabled versions are available.

    $4.99 per language combination; Android and iOS

  • Câmbio Legal

    Câmbio Legal is an iOS and Android app released this month by the Brazilian Central Bank to enable tourists to find the nearest currency exchange desk authorized by the instituition.  The tool covers 12,000 exchange desks across the entire country and lists address, phone number, opening hours and the services available, such as money exchange and ATMs.

    Free; Android and iOS

  • SP Mobile

    If you happen to stop by São Paulo, the biggest city in Brazil, during your Confederations Cup visit, SP Mobile is a useful app. The tool was developed by local agency WebTraffic for the São Paulo Tourism Board (SPTuris) and offers information on hotels and restaurants, city parks, clubbing and cultural attractions as well as useful telephone numbers,  tourist information services and maps.

    Free; Android and iOS

  • Thumbnail 1
  • Thumbnail 2
  • Thumbnail 3
  • Thumbnail 4
  • Thumbnail 5
  • Thumbnail 6
  • Thumbnail 7
  • Thumbnail 8
  • Thumbnail 9
  • Thumbnail 10
  • Thumbnail 11

Topic: Mobility

Kick off your day with ZDNet's daily email newsletter. It's the freshest tech news and opinion, served hot. Get it.

Related Stories

Talkback

7 comments
Log in or register to join the discussion
  • Call It "Football"

    "Football" as in "foot" meets "ball", not "carry-ball-in-hand football".

    Only one country in the world calls it "soccer"...
    ldo17
    • Indeed

      What a sensible name for a game that involves kicking a ball with you foot.
      Not "carry ball until large fridge of legs knocks you over - ball"
      (repeat process over the next 4 hours.....................)
      (there may be the occasions kick, using foot, but blink and you'll miss it)
      (beside it's directly in front of the posts, any ten year old could make that kick).
      Boothy_p
    • :-)

      haha, point noted. did you read the rest of the article (just curious)? ;-))
      Angelica Mari
  • Confederations Cup????

    This is some sort of "important" competition in the FIFA world?
    Rootsid
    • It's a warm-up session that thousands pay a fortune to go and watch, what do you think?
      Angelica Mari
  • Confederations Cup app for Android

    You should take a look at this app of Confederations Cup:
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.moblee.confederationscup

    Is amazing, with real time score update!
    =D
    Glauco Neves
    • thanks for the tip!
      Angelica Mari