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How To Experience Super Bowl XLVIII On The Go

The Super Bowl XVLIII is less than week away. For some this two week wait between the Conference Championship and Super Bowl games can seem like it’s more of two month wait. That is where your smartphone can help you get through this period before for the Super Bowl. Here are some apps that every football fan should have.

NFL Mobile (Android, iOS, Windows Phone, Blackberry)

You can download the NFL Mobile app for free on your mobile device. The free version includes basic scores and highlights, but with a $5 subscription you can get access to the Super Bowl as well — if you had a subscription during the season you also got access to Thursday, Sunday, and Monday night games.

Bleacher Report (Android, iOS, Blackberry)

Stay up to date with all of the latest news surrounding the NFL and other sports. The Bleacher Report also has customizable features that allow you to follow the news feed of specific team. This makes it easier to sort through all the information that comes out between now and the Super Bowl by focusing on specific news regarding the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks.

ESPN Radio (Android, iOS, Windows Phone)

With the Super Bowl being held at MetLife Stadium you can be sure that ESPN will be in the New York and New Jersey area. And you can catch all of ESPN’s round the clock coverage on your mobile device with the ESPN Radio app. The app allows you to stream all of their radio shows, including national and regional ESPN coverage. You’re also able catch radio shows that you may have missed through their on-demand service and podcasts.

The Weather Channel (Android, iOS, Windows Phone, Blackberry)

One of the stories that has been part of the Super Bowl XVLIII narrative has been the weather. When it was first announced that this year’s Super Bowl was going to become a “Snow Bowl” and now it is looking like the NFL players will only have to deal with some cold and wind instead of snow. But Mother Nature is unpredictable and you’ll want to stay up to date with what the weather is going to be like with The Weather Channel app.

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