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Unofficial app for Port Adelaide Power Football Club.
No gambling content found in the levels played
This review of Port Adelaide Power was completed by the Australian Council on Children and the Media (ACCM) on 9 April 2014.
This section contains details about the app provided by an ACCM Reviewer.
|Name of app:||Port Adelaide Power|
|Developed by:||LarNoa Media|
|Platform reviewed:||Google Play|
|ACCM suggested age:||4+|
|Gambling content advice:||No gambling content found in the levels played|
This review of Port Adelaide Power contains the following information:
The Unofficial Port Adelaide Power Football Club App contains a diverse range of features including all the team news, fantasy team news, scores, ladder, fixture, and team Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram page links.
This app is the unofficial Port Adelaide Power Football Club App, and is free to download with no paid sections or shop access. This app is safe for children and has a wide range of features which will be explored in detail below.
Team-Specific News: This section directs to news stories from Port Adelaide Power Telstra Media, which contains individual news stories on players with videos and a range of team-specific text based articles, such as 'Final team: no changes'.
AFL News: This section contains non-team specific news and videos from Telstra Media such as: 'No ransom with Gibbs, says Swann'.
Fantasy News: This section contains news and information relating to individual players such as injuries, bans from playing, and exemplary performances, such as 'Enright may be alright on the night.
Scores: This section contains live scores from completed 2014 matches.
Fixture: This section contains the complete 2014 Fixtures for every competing team.
Facebook: This section links to the team's Facebook page, with the option to either “Like” the page, or scroll through the team's recently posted information and updates.
Twitter: This section links to either the official team Twitter page, where individuals can see recent tweets by the team itself, or to the Twitter page of both the AFL Newswire, and the twitter pages of some of the team's most popular players.
Song: this section has the youtube video of the team anthem available to watch with lyrics below so that individuals can sing along.
Videos: This section links to the team-specific youtube page, where individuals can perouse and watch various team-related videos.
Instagram: This section links to the team's instagram page where individuals can see recent photos and comments uploaded by the team for the public.
#weareportadelaide: This section allows individuals to send photos into the app with the hashtag of #weareportadelaide.
Overall, this is a comprehensively built unofficial team app, with a large amount of relevant information to any Port Adelaide Power supporter.
No: This app has no in-app purchasing.
This app has options to connect via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram – as a result, there are many methods of online communication which parents should be aware of. Parents who are concerned about this may wish to carefully monitor their child's use of this app.
No gambling content found during the review.
This app features banner ads across the bottom of the in-app window, but all ads are age-appropriate and non-invasive.
All genders are represented equally within features such as #weareportadelaide.
This app contains no coarse language, and appears to be closely monitored.
This is an information app.
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