‘Kick Now’, an App from Pakistan, Wins 1st Round of MEA Windows Phone 7 Challenge

167460_1779585534129_1374144635_1911175_4447430_nKick Now, an application for windows powered phones, developed by Niyaz Noor Ali and Amir Ali Jiwani has won the first round of Middle East and Africa Windows Phone 7 Challenge.

Both Niyaz and Amir are students of National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences (NUCES Karachi Campus), Pakistan.

‘Kick Now’ is a Window Phone 7 app that is the highway for football followers with almost a full score on user interface and Windows phone 7 metro style graphics Boost.

It allows customization for people coming in from around the globe according to their language. With statistical biographies of all the champions and of angry managers, live scores, News details, team schedules, Special news, Top stories, 24/7/365 news coverage and more, all to pamper your appetite.

Niyaz Noor Ali said:

“that Microsoft’s Middle East & Africa Challenge was a great initiative of bringing together developers of the region on one common platform, which, for me, proved to be an excellent opportunity!”

Here’s a demo for the application:

Here are few screenshots of Kick Now:


Via Microsoft Feed

  • Good to see someone from Pakistan doing good in apps for Windows Phone 7 (the Best Futuristic Phone OS).
    I simply love Phone 7, and m glad that these guys have created a Stylish app for a Stylish OS.

    Android is the worst and most Sh*tty OS mainly targetted at DUMMY users who simply want OUTDATED SHORTCUT and so-called WEB APP icons.

    Android = Windows 98. Look at the cheap interface.

  • Pakistani guys are really much more talented than anybody in the world. Today i was talking to one of my friend who has developed many iphone applications as well… We love u guys and we all love Pakistan….

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