Super Bowl is not only the biggest day in sports in the US, it’s the biggest day for TV as well. Tech can make watching the Super Bowl even more fun, even if you’re not super fan of NFL football.
Whether you’re watching the game at home, at a sports bar or at a Super Bowl party, apps can make the event more enjoyable. Find out more about the game, see what NFL players and fans are saying, and have stats ready at your fingertips. Learn where to watch the game if you’re away from a TV.
The Wonder of Tech has covered many fantastic football apps in the past year. Make sure to check out last year’s Seven Superb Super Bowl Apps! and Get Ready for the Football with Tech to find out about other fun apps such as Super Ads and NFL Pro Tweets.
If you want to follow your favorite team on social media, you need a way to keep up with with Twitter, Facebook, videos and the game itself. SportStream is your answer. SportsStream brings your sports social media together in one place. See posts from teams, athletes, coaches, reporters, analysts, super fans and your friends and post back from within the app. SportStream also gives you game updates within the app, in case you get distracted with social media and forget to watch the game!
You can also follow SportStream on the web at their website to check out videos, posts and game updates.
Baltimore Ravens App
If you’re a Ravens fan, check out the Baltimore Ravens website for links to free apps for iPhone, Android and Blackberry phones. You can also sign up to get text messages from the team with news, half-time reports, stats, scores and special promotions.
San Francisco 49ers App
Super Bowl 2013 News Pro
Stay up to date with up to the minute news with this free Android app. This app will bring you news coverage, including breaking news, about the big game. See YouTube videos and Twitter streams within the app as well.
Super Bowl 2013 News Pro is available free for Android devices at Google Play.
Super Bowl XLVII Guide
This free app is the official app from the NFL that gives you plenty of information if you’re in New Orleans for the big game. Find out about local places for music, dining, touring and nightlife. You can set up push notifications and calendar events from within the app.
NFL Live Wallpaper
Liven up your Android phone with free wallpaper of your favorite team. This app not only gives you live wallpaper but gives you a widget showing you live scores and an interactive 3D helmet. The wallpaper changes from day to night in real time and can display the stadium full of fans wearing team colors. The app is free and adding wallpaper for your favorite NFL team is $2.49.
Get NFL Live Wallpaper for your Android device at Google Play.
NFL Mobile is a free app with NFL videos and game highlights, as well as breaking and headline NFL news. You can also get NFL blogs on the app. Verizon FIOS customers and NFL Mobile Premium subscribers can stream the Super Bowl live to their iPhone or Android phone.
Super Bowl Winners
This free app can settle arguments by giving you information about Super Bowl winners and about the Super Bowl itself. The app is free, but you can upgrade to a paid app to get information about winners of the Stanley Cup, World Series, NBA Championships, and MLS Soccer Championships as well as sports stadiums.
Super Bowl Winners is available for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch at the iTunes App Store.
RUWT stands for “Are you watching this?” and is an app designed to make sure you don’t miss the big plays. This app works for many sports but could come in very handy if you’re at a Super Bowl party and distracted from the game.
RUWT is free for Android devices at Google Play.
Don’t forget to check in with Viggle to get up to 1000 Viggle points for the game. Play along with MyGuy for an extra 1000 possible points.
NFL Network on Demand is featuring shows on every Super Bowl winner, along with highlights from each game for Verizon FiOS TV customers. NFL Network programming is also available on FiOS TV Online.
Add another dimension to your Super Bowl fun with tech! Whether you use apps, social media or websites, you’ll get more out of the game by adding a second screen to your TV viewing. Make sure to check out Seven Superb Super Bowl Apps! and Get Ready for the Football with Tech for even more Super Bowl tech fun!
Are you planning to watch the Super Bowl on Sunday night? What tech will you be using? Which team will you be rooting for? Are you more excited to watch the ads or the game? Let us know in the Comments section below!