"Indian women's cricket team defeats New Zealand in the final ODI to clinch series", this news screamed out to me from today's newspaper. Another news article spoke about Shahid Kapoor's recent wedding. Another one spoke about Hema Malini and her tweets blaming the father of the little girl who died for his daughter's death. India is a country obsessed with cricket and Bollywood. And I don't think that this is ever going to change. Festivals and religion divide us and cricket unites us as a nation. Like every other Indian, I love cricket. I do complain a lot about how the authenticity of the game has decreased owing to IPL, CCL and other money making leagues. And yet, I wouldn't stop watching it. My interest in cricket started from when Sachin and Sourav were the openers and has remained until this era.
I remember those days when cricket was watchable only on Doordarshan and we had to adjust the antenna atleast a hundred times to watch an over. Then came various channels broadcasting cricket in various languages. The entire household would stay cooped up in front of the television set while pakoras and hot tea would be passed around. Those were some awesome times. But now, with technology taking over human interaction in every form, cricket comes to us in our palm. There are a lot of cricket apps that give you the ball by ball update almost instantly. But these apps take a lot of space and make the phone slow. At work we have a big screen put up in the cafeteria during important matches, but I'm too loyal to my work to go sit there and watch the match. I am a multitasker who handles work, writing my creative blog, writing my fashion blog and other things at the same time. Sitting down to watch a match would eat up a considerable amount of my time.
I need an app or a browser that works like lightening. It needs to be quicker than quickest. I need this so that I can take a quick glance at the match and get back to doing what I love. I need a browser that works very fast and loads quickly giving me an update on the score when ever I want. In an instant. When I heard of UC Browser I thought it was too good to be true. UC Browser is a really fast browser that even works seamlessly on 2G speeds. You can surf any site on this browser and it will load in an instant. When it comes to the love of cricket, UC Browser is a blessing. It comes with the UC Cricket package that is integrated into it. It displays the current status of the match, including scores, wickets and individual performances of all the team members. Thanks to wonderful speed, you get all this information in an instant and do not have to worry about wasting too much time.
UC Cricket helps me keep up my work and other commitments. I can watch the match while I take a break from work, to have my green tea. Or in the middle of work I can sneak in a glimpse of the updated score. While writing a blog post, I can spare just a second to check out the match status. Or in the middle of cooking I can touch my phone and trust it to give me the updated status of the match. I do not have to compromise on what I do, I can continue giving my full attention to my work and yet indulge in a few seconds of cricket fever.
UC Cricket is a guilt free indulgence for every cricket lover.