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Samsung rebrands its KICK application to Goal+ in the Play Store

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Last updated: May 5th, 2016 at 07:49 UTC+02:00

In an effort to attract new users, Samsung has rebranded its KICK application to Goal+ in the Google Play Store. The app also received a minor visual overhaul, together with compatibility for a news-orientated edge panel; meaning Galaxy S6 edge, Galaxy S6 edge+ and Galaxy S7 edge owners will be able to stay up-to-date with all the latest soccer reports without having to unlock their device.

For those who have never heard of KICK before, let alone Goal+, it’s essentially a one-stop-shop for all die-hard football fans. The application provides users with instant access to a plethora of different statistics, including live scores, real-time match updates and transfer news. There’s also a nifty comparison feature on board, which enables them to compare players and teams from different leagues.

What’s more, Samsung has revealed that it will be introducing Goal+ support for the Gear S2 later this month — so users will be able to receive notifications on their wrist whenever there’s a major event in a game that they’ve marked as important. Stay tuned, though, as we’ll be sure to let you know as soon as this feature starts rolling out to the masses.

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