If you’ve ever wanted to be on Fox Sports as an A-League or Socceroo star, this could be your new must-have App. Oh, and it’s free on the App store.
The Foxtel All-Stars Highlights Reel App lets users take centre stage alongside some of their football heroes in a personalised sports video montage.
The App allows users to blend profile pictures and home videos into an action packed Fox Sports reel complete with pre-set sound tracks and voiceovers.
The App features footage and themes from the Socceroos and A-League (it is also set up for netball fans).
Fans can further personalise their content by choosing their favourite A-League club, input their local sports club, nickname and pictures and videos from their personal library.
The App is supported by foxtelallstars.com.au, the online destination for football and netball fans, which features All-Stars Academy photo galleries, profiles on winners and a portal where fans can register their interest in the next round of the Tim Cahill and Liz Ellis Academies.
Users can also upload their personal clips to the Foxtel All-Stars website to share with friends and family.
“The Foxtel All-Stars Highlights Reel App lets them capture their special sporting moments, add a splash of FOX SPORTS shine and share them,” said Foxtel-s Executive Director of Sport, Ben Buckley.
The Foxtel All-Stars Highlights Reel App is available for free from the App Store on iPad, iPhone or iPod touch or at https://itunes.apple.com/au/app/foxtel-all-stars/id814838234 .
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