What's NewThe IRB Laws app has been redesigned and features the most up to date laws for 2013.
A new interface improves the navigation of Laws, Variation and Referee Signals.
Videos now play in line with the description and can be viewed in full screen by rotating the phone.
You can now search for laws by name to navigate even quicker.
A Quiz has been added to test your knowledge of the laws.
App DescriptionBrand new App to include the 2013 rules - totally revised and updated with a new look and new features - search, inline video, inline images and a rules quiz too.
The IRB Laws of the Game App is also available in Spanish and French.
Welcome to the IRB Laws of the Game iPad Application. With this Application you can watch video examples and animations to build your understanding of how the IRB Laws of the Game are applied on the field of play. With 80 embedded videos, and over 200 more which can be viewed over the internet, this Application includes information on Laws 1 -22 of the IRB Laws of the Game, as well as Seven-a-side and Under 19 Variations. Additionally, 49 referee signals are detailed in words, pictures and video.
This app is a must-have for all coaches, referees, players and Rugby enthusiasts.
Note 1 – The IRB Laws App only shows current Law. Any Law amendment trials can be found at www.irblaws.com. Once trials e.g. “Crouch-Bind-Set” do become law, they will be shown in this app.
Note 2 - The IRB Laws applications contains over 80 videos, hence the file size is over 140 Mb so Wifi download is required and it may talke a while to download.
The Application is maintained by and/or on behalf of the IRB as a service to users of the Application and use of the Application shall be subject to such guidelines, rules and the Terms and Conditions of Use applicable to such services that may be posted on the Application from time to time and/or otherwise notified by IRB from time to time.
April 26, 2013 New version 2.0
March 05, 2012 New version 1.4
December 17, 2011 New version 1.2
October 13, 2011 New version 1.1
September 29, 2011 Initial Release