Racing App Info All at Your Fingertips

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These days, everyone is looking for an edge when it comes to following the racing action. For those wanting to keep on top of the ever-changing racing scene, a range of mobile apps are available to ensure that you don’t miss any developments or lack information, no matter where you are or what you are doing.

For followers of British racing, the Racing Post is an essential piece of kit, offering everything from runner and riders to form analysis and news about the racing and betting industries. The Racing Post app allows all that information to be available via iPhone or smartphone and will always be towards the top of any list of apps for the racing enthusiast.


Britain’s two main horseracing broadcasters – RacingUK and At The Races – also have apps that are well worth having at your disposal. They include expert advice from famous names from the racing media together with masses of statistics analysis that will try to point you in the direction when it comes to finding winners.

Since the late 1940’s when Phil Bull created the system, Halifax-based Timeform has long been an invaluable source of analysis and ratings for the serious horse racing punter and their app offers quality views on each and every horse in training.

Timeform is owned these days by Betfair, and the combination of their respected views together with the dazzling array of betting opportunities on offer from the world’s most successful exchange make their app another to have very much on your shortlist.

The list of useful racing apps could go on and on but, as long as you have your mobile phone with you, the information required to make the decisions that matter when following racing and keeping yourself informed and up-to-the minute on the latest news is little more than a click away. is one of the most active tech sites in the Philippines. We enjoy sharing interesting and relevant stories about the latest trends in technology, developments in mobile phones and social media, and modern digital and geek culture.

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