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UK Grounds Lite iPhone Application

The latest iPhone app that I have developed and released to the app store is UK Grounds Lite. This app allows you to quickly and conveniently contact any professional football club in the UK, either by telephone or email.

The app also uses the mapping functionality on the phone to show the location of any ground within the UK.

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