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Cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar started his digital innings as a mobile phone app dedicated to him, ‘100MB’ . The app is conceptualized and developed by JetSynthesys and has been envisioned by Sachin himself. A song “Cricket wali beat” sung by Sachin with the ace singer Sonu Nigam will feature on the app. 100MB app is now available on Android and iOS, via Google Play and App store respectively.


Sachin Tendulkar speaks about the app:

At the launch event, Sachin said, “Many of you and my friends have asked me what are you going to do in your second innings of life. The first innings went on for 24 years. There are number of things which I am involved in, but something which I am looking forward to starting soon, in fact now, is the digital innings. l allow me to get closer to my fans. My journey started as a 10-year-old who saw India win the World Cup in 1983, so in my song, what I have tried to do is thank all those cricketers who have helped me realize my dream, six World Cups that I have been,” he added. “I was fond of music, but never thought I will sing a song,” he said. Among other things, all social media updates of Sachin will be available through the app.

Sachin Tendulkar


The app will feature Live Chat and discussions on cricket along with a fan wall where you can share your thoughts with Sachin Tendulkar and the community. 100MB app will also launch a new ‘Player-verified’ news stories giving credible news about different players. The app also allows you to post on different social media platforms directly from the app. This app comes at an install size of around 8 megabytes and requires internet connection. User also gets task to score runs and a chance to win contests.


You can download the app from here.


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