CBS App Tops AT&T’s List Of Super Bowl Apps
Sports Fan Insider
MIAMI (CBSMiami) – You’ve probably given great thought to your Super Bowl fare, but have you considered what “app”etizers will be on your menu?
This Sunday more than 100 million people will tune into the Super Bowl on their televisions, while others will be watching on their tablets and mobile devices. Many companies have developed mobile apps, so when you tune in on Super Bowl Sunday, you’ll have the opportunity to interact with both the game and advertisements.
Here is AT&T’s rundown of some of the top apps to keep you up-to-date while the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers battle it out for the title of Super Bowl champions.
CBS SportCaster (FREE: Android and iOS)
> CBS SportCaster delivers lightning fast updates of scores, stats and tweets. You can also customize push notices that will keep you on top of all the live action during the big game. You can have real-time messages sent straight to your smartphone so you don’t miss anything while you’re loading up on party food in the kitchen.
Baltimore Ravens Mobile (FREE: iOS, Android, Blackberry)
> This app offers real-time news and stats, on-demand videos, photo galleries, and player interviews. The app also lets users follow post-game blogs and pre-game previews.
San Francisco 49ers Gameday Live (FREE: iOS, Android, Blackberry)
> This app is much like the Ravens Mobile app, it’s for fans who want news, videos, stats, scores, and audio streams.
Football Party Game ($4.99: iOS)
> This app is for those people who like going to parties to watch the Super Bowl. It is a live trivia game designed for this year’s game and is available for iPhone, iPad, and the Web. The app has questions like “Will the National Anthem last over 94 seconds?” As party-goers answer questions throughout the game, they earn points for correct guesses.
Super Bowl Winners app (FREE: iOS)
> Brush up on some football facts using the Super Bowl Winners app. The app includes little-known trivia and information – all the way back to the first Super Bowl in 1967.
Super Ads: Super Bowl Commercials ($1.99 – iOS)
> Football fan or not, EVERYONE looks forward to the great commercials. Jog your memory of great commercials from past Super Bowls with Super Ads: Super Bowl Commercials app. You can re-watch everything from the EDS Cat Herders, the Old Spice Man or the Betty White Snickers ad. This app even lets you go all the way back to 1984 to see the Wendy’s Where’s the Beef? ad.