2014 Winter Olympic iPhone Apps for Winter Games Fun on the Go

Keeping up with the Winter Games has never been easier. Thanks to the wealth of 2014 Winter Olympic iPhone apps, it’s now possible  for you to be up to date on the times of your favorite events, be provided with information about the athletes, have an updated medal count, and stay entertained on the go as you play the sports that are part of the Winter Games.

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    2014 Winter Olympics iPhone apps

    These 8 2014 Winter Olympic iPhone apps help keep you up to date with the action of the Winter Games on the go, and let you play some of the most popular sports through your mobile device.

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    Keep up with the latest Winter Games news

    The Sochi 2014 Guide (free) is a comprehensive resource that allows users to follow the journey of the torch, create their own schedule of events, get information about venues their attending, stay up to date on the latest Winter Games news, and also share and see photos. This app features its information in English, French and Russian.

    Image courtesy of 2013 Sochi 2014 Organizing Committee

  • Learn about Team USA athletes and follow their results 3 of 9
    Team USA 2014 Road to Sochi

    If you're not feeling familiar with the athletes competing in this year's games, Team USA 2014 Road to Sochi (free) app includes who is part of Team USA and their results. 

    Images courtesy of 2013 United States Olympic Committee

  • Cheer for your country with more cowbell 4 of 9
    Cowbell 2014 for the Sochi Winter Games

    Show your spirit for the athletes from your country by ringing a little cowbell, thanks to Cowbell 2014 for the Sochi Winter Games (currently free, but usually $0.99), as you watch at home. Choose from 3 different cowbell sounds, decorate it with your country's flag, and tap or shake your phone to ring as you cheer your athlete or team on during the games from afar.

    Images courtesy of The App Ward

  • Learn some Olympic Sports Trivia 5 of 9
    Ultimate Sports Trivia- Olympic Edition

    History buffs who want to test their past knowledge of the Olympics will love the Ultimate Sports Trivia- Olympic Edition, that covers facts from the winter and summer games, and has 4 varying levels of difficulty to really test your skills. Free, but with in-app purchases.

    Images courtesy of The App Ward

  • Channel your inner Shaun White on the halfpipe 6 of 9
    Fresh Tracks Snowboarding

    Boarders who love to create fresh tracks in the snow, or aspire to be Shaun White on the half pipe, will love Fresh Tracks Snowboarding (free) as they tilt to ride, swipe to spin and flip, and compete in the 'Prestige Tour', a series of four competitions that include freestyle, race and trick, and race events on an international stage.

    Image courtesy of First Touch

  • Exercise your need for speed as a downhill racer 7 of 9
    FRS Ski Cross

    Attention Linsey Vonn wannabes! The thrill of alpine racing comes alive thanks to FRS Ski Cross (free), which provides 50 downhill slopes with jumps and hairpin turns for beating your own time, or racing against friends. 

    Image courtesy of Unity Games

  • Try your hand at curling 8 of 9
    Curling Micro

    Curling is like bocce on ice, and if you want to give it a try, Curling Micro is a fun game on the go to keep kids entertained as they wait for the main event to come on during the Winter Games. In single player mode, you can practice your skills, and in the 2 player version, you can connect and play with friends who have also downloaded the app. Free, but with in-app purchases.

    Images courtesy of Tribeflame

  • For coaches needing inside scoop on pre-Olympic prep for future athletes 9 of 9
    Team USA Mobile Coach

    Coaches of Olympic hopefuls can get an inside look at what goes into being an Olympic athlete thanks to Team USA Mobile Coach, an app dedicated to providing information on the drills, nutrition, technology, psychology, strength, and coaching resources. This app is free, but you need to have a valid sports organization membership and register through to download the app.

    Images courtesy of 2013 United States Olympic Committee

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