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Slovak mobile app for the Olympics

THE SLOVAK Olympic Committee has launched an official free application for mobile telephones. The application, named Slovak Olympic Committee – London 2012, is in Slovak and English and is available for the Android and iOS operating systems. The latter is for iPhones and iPads. The app offers current information and photos from the Summer Olympics as well as a complete list of Slovak athletes competing in London, their events and basic biographical information. Another part of the application includes a list of past Slovak Olympic medallists.

THE SLOVAK Olympic Committee has launched an official free application for mobile telephones. The application, named Slovak Olympic Committee – London 2012, is in Slovak and English and is available for the Android and iOS operating systems. The latter is for iPhones and iPads. The app offers current information and photos from the Summer Olympics as well as a complete list of Slovak athletes competing in London, their events and basic biographical information. Another part of the application includes a list of past Slovak Olympic medallists.

Compiled by Spectator staff from information provided
by the Slovak Olympic Committee

Topic: Foreigners in Slovakia


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