Yuvee, Inc. releases a “map of the Web” for World Cup 2014 at maps.webhub.mobi/world-cup-2014
Yuvee releases a "map of the Web" for World Cup 2014. This World Cup 2014 “map of the Web” is designed to make its user’s online World Cup experience richer and easier by making great Web links about the World Cup from around the world available in single place, in a structured, organized pattern that is designed to be simple and easy on all the devices people use, especially smartphones and tablets, and requiring no typing or using search engines.
Tim Higginson, founder and president of Yuvee and inventor of WebHub, says: “We hope this World Cup 2014 “map of the Web” gives people a richer, faster, simpler way to experience a more exciting scope of World Cup online than they would using the Web without the map."
Yuvee releases a “map of the Web” for World Cup 2014.
This World Cup 2014 “map of the Web” is designed to make its user’s online World Cup experience richer and easier from any device with an up-to-date browser, including smartphones, tablets, laptops, desktop computers, even Web-enabled TV.
The World Cup 2014 “map” organizes into a single, structured and easy to use “map” that gives users instant access to a wide range of Web resources on the World Cup, including:
1. Where to watch the games online and on TV
2. The schedule and scores of the games
3. Twitter feeds from World Cup players, coaches, teams
4. Information on how to use Twitter to experience the World Cup
5. World Cup news and blogs
6. Information on World Cup apps for your smartphone and tablet
7. Much more!
All of this is available on the World Cup 2014 map with just a click of the mouse, or a finger press on a touchscreen.
Part of what any map on www.WebHub.mobi, including this World Cup 2014 map, offers is easy, fast surfing across a wide range of Web links. The user does not have to type, search for or know any URL on a topic covered by a map. In maps in WebHub, users have instant access to collections of the great links (including, for instance, Twitter feeds, Tumblr blogs, Pinterest boards, videos, websites … anything that can be linked to) all organized and available by a click or a press of a fingertip.
WebHub is a “Social Atlas of the Web” where anyone, anywhere can create and share “maps” of the Web on topics they love. The World Cup 2014 map is one example of how these maps make it easier to use the Web across all a user’s devices, and, at the same time, expand the scope of what people experience on the Web on a topic covered by a map.
- Contact Information
- Tim Higginson
- Yuvee, Inc.
- (1) 8479621632
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