Superbowl Sunday isn’t just about the big game itself; it’s also about the many parties and gatherings people host to celebrate the occasion with friends and family and to watch the big game together on TV.
To get ready for your Superbowl party, start by making sure you have all the necessary equipment, from your HDTV to your cable box, then pick out your favorite snacks and drinks (the food will definitely be more popular than the beer at most parties!) and make sure everyone has enough chairs and seating space for everyone attending to enjoy the game together.
The best Superbowl apps on Android
Traditionally, football is a cold-weather sport. Sitting through a football game in summer leaves you with sweaty thighs and nothing to eat except potato chips because nothing else can stand up to heat like stale food.
The great thing about technology though is that there are new ways to make sitting through a football game in hot weather enjoyable (at least as enjoyable as sitting around all day watching other people play sports can be). Here are some of our favorite apps for android phones that let you keep up with your team while keeping cool:
- Super Bowl XLVIII Live lets you stream replays and live coverage directly from CBS Sports. It will also give you real-time updates on scores, stats, and news throughout. And it even features an enhanced Ref Cam view so you can watch crucial calls like pass interference from angles never before seen.
Additionally, if you subscribe to NFL Network using your cable provider, then you get access to more than 8,000 archived games – more than enough hours of useless knowledge when it comes time for fantasy draft season! It’s free and can be downloaded here.
NFL Mobile 2014 Pro Bowl allows you to check out highlights and share them with friends through Twitter and Facebook.
- The NFL Mobile 2014 free version allows you to choose from a handful of games every week, but if you want more in-depth coverage, then upgrading to NFL Mobile 2014 Premium will give you live radio coverage as well as on-demand video highlights.
- ESPN’s SportsCenter App has a What If? the section that lets you get all of your team scores and keeps up with everything you need to know in one place – including if your team makes it to the Superbowl, who they might play, and when they will be playing.
The app also gives sports fans breaking news on their favorite teams and covers things like fantasy football leagues. It is available for free on Google Play or iTunes App Store.
- Fox Sports GO is a great app for Android users to watch games and other events from their phones. You get everything you need to enjoy NFL game coverage on your mobile device with an intuitive interface, timely updates, and more.
This app lets you track scores and live game stats for all your favorite teams, so if you’re looking for a specific team, be sure to search using its name in brackets like Seahawks [Seattle].
The app also has every call from every game since 2009 which lets you relive past games in amazing detail. And since it works with Verizon Wireless Mobile Hot Spot locations (Wi-Fi), you can even stream games while on the go!
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