Five apps to follow the final stages of the Tour de France
After kicking off at the end of June, the 2,000 mile Tour de France is coming to an end this weekend. These last few days of the tour will take the cyclists into beautiful Versailles and across the finish line in Paris on the Champs-Élysées. Use these five apps below to follow the leaders as they make their way through the final stages of the race.
Tour De France 2013, presented by ŠKODA [iOS Universal; Category: Sports; £0.69] Follow all the Tour de France action in the official Tour de France app. This app is available in select European countries. US customers should use the NBC app listed below. If you live in another country, check this list on the official Tour de France website for the local TV broadcasters which will be covering the race.
NBC Sports Tour de France Live [iOS Universal; Category: Sports; US$4.99] Watch every stage of the Tour de France live on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Available for cycling fans in the US.
CyclingNews Tour Tracker [iOS Universal; Category: Sports; Free] Tour Tracker lets you follow the three major European Grand Tours including the Tour de France, the Giro d'Italia and the Vuelta a Espana (September 2013).
Sportal Tour 2013 [iPhone; Category: Sports; Free] Follow the Tour de France for free with Sportal Tour 2013. The app features video highlights of each stage, top 20 results per stage, rider profiles and more.
Tour de France 2013 - The Official Game [iOS Universal; Category: Games; $3.99] A game with a single mission -- lead your team to victory by winning the famed yellow jersey at the end of the Tour.
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