The Fédération Internationale de Football Association’s (FIFA) World Cup is a football (soccer) tournament held every 4 years with teams competing from all over the world. The 2014 World Cup is scheduled from June 12 through July 13, 2014 and will be located in twelve cities across Brazil. A total of 64 football games will play at 12 venues during the tournament.
As such, if you are a football fan, you may tend to keep up with the goings on in 2014 World Cup Brazil when you’re on the move, taking your new MacBook, a iPhone or iPad for watching offline instead of staying glued to their TV set for every minute of action. Below you’ll find out about best ways to tune into the games, keep up with scores, and watch live matches with your Mac and iOS devices.
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Part I: Watch World Cup on Mac
You can watch World Cup right from your laptop or desktop Mac computer anytime or anywhere in the world, or connect your Mac directly to your TV set.
First of all, why is streaming TV to Your Mac a Good Solution?
Dodge high monthly cable fees.
If you are on the road, you’ll need a service able to view the games on your laptop.
Stuck at work? Its tough if you can only catch up the world cup games during breaks.
The entire world cup lasts about six weeks, an eternity if you watch it on television. Your kids will go bananas if they can’t see their favorite television programs to themselves.
There have always been myriad options for watching live TV on your Mac, and any number of them will fit the bill for World Cup action:
- EyeTV: The classic solution for watching TV on your Mac requires little more than a USB TV tuner and a cable subscription to ensure you won’t miss a minute of action, even when you and your TV are separated by the bathroom door.
- Slingbox: A more robust option for streaming your home television signal to your Mac, Slingbox Solo’ll let you watch Ronaldo on your PC at work, too.
- FIFA.com: The official site of the soccer tournament with the promise of streaming action. This web site has comprehensive coverage of the news surrounding the tournament and highlights of the games. There are videos of the pre-tournament press conferences up already.
- YouTube Downloader for Mac: Just because you’re not in range of a WiFi connection doesn’t mean you can’t still get your FIFA fix on your Mac. You can download the World Cup videos from YouTube and save to your Mac laptop or computer for offline enjoyment.
Part II: Watch 2014 FIFA World Cup on iPad and iPhone
1. Free iPhone & iPad World Cup Apps
The best app to watch World Cup on iPad and iPhone is ESPN 2014 FIFA World Cup. It’s free and the most comprehensive World Cup resource this side of South Africa. ESPN’s exhaustive app provides everything a soccer fan could ever need (and then some): news, profiles, schedules, scores, gamecast, photos, streaming audio, venue information, tournament history, rankings, alerts and fantasy predictors, just to scratch the surface.
Of course, the ESPN app isn’t the the only app in town for iPhone/iPad. The ESPN app is included but click to see the other ones. As you’re on a Mac, you can also add the dashboard widget 2010 FIFA World Cup.
2. Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac
You may collect a lots of great World Cup videos such as “The Best Goals in History”, “the best goals from the greatest players in history”, etc. If the videos are compatible with device, you can sync them to device very easily and enjoy them on the go. Since not all video formats work with the iPad and iPhone, you need to convert video so it works.
Like what we did in 2010 South Africa FIFA World Cup, Pavtube will go on to provide the most up-to-date World Cup software support for this international tournament. Here Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac is a professional converting tool to transcode 2014 FIFA World Cup videos to various formats with high quality and fast speed. It offers optimized presets for different devices so you don’t need to worry about the settings.
Download it for free here
1. Add World Cup videos to Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac
2. Select iPad or iPhone preset from format list
3. Hit Start to begin the conversion on OS X
4. Import output files to iTunes and sync it to iPad or iPhone. That’s so easy!
Now catching the World Cup in 2014 on your Mac and mobile devices will be a lot easier, and you can enjoy the recorded 2014 FIFA World Cup videos on your Mac, iPad or iPhone without any hassles. And more ways are available to users for watching the World Cup, pls let me know!