San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) June 17, 2014
BloKO, the mobile application that blocks sports spoilers from social media, announces that it has expanded coverage from mobile to the web and now includes popular sports and news sites. With 1-click access and nothing to download, users can now easily access the web from any desktop browser through http://myproxy.BloKO.me and choose to block World Cup headlines and articles on Yahoo Sports, Yahoo News, CNN, Huffington Post and Twitter about sports outcomes they are not ready to hear.
The original BloKO mobile app also now includes the same expanded coverage of news sites and social media with World Cup coverage.
“Time zone differences make watching World Cup games live a challenge globally. As a result, many people will record games and watch them in delay, and for a short while will live in fear that they will encounter a spoiler on the internet. This makes it difficult for true soccer fans who want to watch the game but can’t until later,” said founder Ryan McKim. “With BloKO they can still go through their day consuming web based news and social media normally on both desktop and mobile, but now without the fear of finding out who won the game.”
BloKO was the idea of Ryan McKim, who was tired of his friends tweeting the score of his favorite football team before he had a chance to watch the game on his DVR (Digital Video Recorder). He designed BloKO to block spoilers for all sports including the National Basketball Association, National Football League, National Hockey League, Major League Baseball, Mixed Martial Arts, the World Cup and English Premier League soccer.
Founded in 2013, BloKO is the mobile and desktop application that blocks sports spoilers from social media and major news sites. As a sports enthusiast who may not be able to watch an event live, you can filter out messages on your Twitter and Facebook accounts that may reveal the outcome of the game. The same technology also allows you to browse major news sites on the web safely.
With BloKO, you can use your social media with confidence and not have to worry about sports spoilers from your connections.