Brazil Predictor: Football Without Formulas

May 30th, 2014 in Apps, Development 2014 App brazil cup development ios predictor world

With the World Cup rapidly approaching, everyone wants to work out who’s going to win. Nothing could be easier:


Or at least, that’s how Stephen Hawking, world-famous physicist and former Lucasian Professor of Mathematics at the University of Cambridge, would work it out. In a press conference this week, Hawking revealed his equation for calculating England’s chances at the World Cup. All those numbers and symbols boil down to two words: not good.

The scientific validity of Hawking’s formula has already been questioned. So what options are there for those of us without maths PhDs? How can we get to play the great World Cup guessing game?

You might want to try Brazil Predictor, a new app for iDevices that gets into the nitty-gritty of the World Cup without asking you to calculate Pi. Available for iTunes, and designed for both iPhone and iPad, we developed this app to help make everyone an expert pundit.

We love our football at Image Plus, and spend some of our off-hours competing with each other to demonstrate the most detailed, most accurate vision of the beautiful game. Brazil Predictor is our attempt to make this easier to do in every office, and amongst every group of friends.

The app allows you to predict the results of every match, and follows the consequences of those scores right through to that final on July 13th. To add an edge to proceedings, the app also allows users to invite your friends and set-up mini-leagues that monitor how everyone’s predictions are doing.

The app assigns points to each user based on how close their predictions are to the actual results of the games. As the tournament proceeds, each user will creep up that league table on the basis of their knowledge of the game: think Cameroon will beat Mexico? Or that Ghana will triumph over the USA? Brazil Predictor will hold you to it!

Want to prove yourself the football expert amongst your mates? Brazil Predictor lets you do just that. And there won’t be a single bit of algebra in sight.