If you’re among the millions who plan to tune in for Super Bowl LI this Sunday – whether for the game or the commercials – AT&T has compiled a list of free, handy apps to help improve your Super Bowl experience.
FOX Sports Go: This free app will let you stream the Super Bowl on your smartphone. Why, you ask, would anyone want to watch the big game on their smartphone when they can see it on the huge HDTV right in front of them? The biggest of Super Bowl fans don’t want to risk missing a second of the action. With this app, they don’t have to. They can get up to get more hot wings or a beer, or take a health break, and take the game with them wherever they go.
Super Bowl Trivia: If the big showdown turns out to be a dud and you get bored, this free Android app with dozens of Super Bowl trivia questions should entertain you. The trivia quiz is presented in a multiple choice format, so even those who are not NFL or Super Bowl aficionados have a chance.
Super Bowl NFL Emojis: Whether you’re a diehard football fan or someone who just wants to seem like one, this fun app provides a series of emoji-like stickers you can insert at the start of your text messages. You can select from any of the 32 NFL teams to see their stickers. So whether you’re a Patriots or Falcons fan, if your team is winning, you can be a sore winner and spend the halftime annoying your friends rooting for the other team with multiple texts of your team’s sticker.
Official Team Apps: If you’re the fan who loves to know everything there is to know about the Patriots or the Falcons, you’ll want to download their official team apps. The free apps give you access to highlights from the season, game recaps, live talk show broadcasts leading up to the game, and live press conference leads. The apps also provide player and team stats, along with a photo gallery. You can even order team apparel through the apps.
Fancred: Feel like sharing your thoughts on the big game with the rest of the world? Fancred is a social network that is 100 percent focused on sports. You create your own stream to follow, based on your favorite teams or events – in this case the Super Bowl. Then others join in the conversation and share their thoughts about the event.