Caspio Offers Free FIFA World Cup Prediction App for Any Company, Group or Media Outlet

Soccer fans around the world can use app to predict and share their picks for each match and play alongside friends and coworkers.

SANTA CLARA, California, May 29, 2014 — Is it possible to predict the winners of the 2014 FIFA World Cup? Caspio, Inc. (, the leading do-it-yourself platform for custom business applications, is giving you a shot. The company today announced the immediate availability of the 2014 World Cup Prediction App.

This free web-based app allows soccer fans to easily bracket and predict all the World Cup matches, compete with other members of their group, and share their predictions on social media sites. Soccer fans everywhere are invited to participate for free.

The 2014 World Cup Prediction App is a turn-key solution for soccer pools of all kinds, including companies, clubs, universities, and community websites such as sports-related blogs and news media looking to engage soccer fans. The application includes the following capabilities:

  • Fans play their way through the entire tournament making predictions for every match.
  • Anyone can create a group for their club, company, or circle of friends.
  • Everyone gets a personal link to share their predictions on social platforms.
  • After each match, the current bracket standings are tallied for all users.
  • Fans with the highest points are ranked on a “Top 10” leaderboard that is unique to each group.

A standalone dedicated edition of this application is also available to be embedded into any website.

About Caspio
As a leader in cloud database and platform-as-a-service technology, Caspio, Inc. ( helps companies shrink the development time of custom business applications from weeks to hours, and from thousands of dollars to a small monthly fee. Caspio’s point-and-click cloud platform requires no coding skills and powers applications for thousands of customers including Fortune-500 companies, America’s largest newspaper websites, government agencies, universities, and diverse organizations around the world. A free 14-day trial is available at

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