Draft Your NFL Dream Team with These Fantasy Football Apps

Set up your league, gather your owners, and prepare for the draft. It's time to play fantasy football. With the best NFL fantasy football sites, you can easily manage your team, draft players, monitor your league's waiver wire, make trades, and follow in real time how your team performs each week.

NFL Fantasy Football FAQS

What to look for in an NFL fantasy football site? Pick... Read More »

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How to watch Super Bowl 2017 on your phone or tablet

Where can you watch the Super Bowl? With the right apps on your phone or tablet, you can get out of the house and still watch the game for free, without being tethered to your TV.

Watch with the NFL Mobile app

Watch the game live -- and data free -- on the NFL Mobile app (iOS and Android) if you are a Verizon Wireless customer. The app is full of information on Sunday's... Read More »

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Tags: Friday 5 , streaming , Football

Watch NFL football online or in app

Like many professional sports leagues, the NFL lets you watch nearly all of its games online or via an app. However, in other leagues you usually need just one app to watch all the games. The NFL wants you download a handful of apps, making you keep track of which app you need for the day's games.

NFL Mobile app for Verizon customers (iOS, Android)

If you are on the Verizon network, you can watch live regular season games, the... Read More »

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Tags: Football

12 apps for Super Bowl Sunday

Don't let Deflategate take the air out of your Super Bowl. On February 1, eight-time Super Bowl contenders the New England Patriots and returning champions the Seattle Seahawks will face off in Super Bowl XLIX. If you're looking for breaking news and scores, party tips, or free swag, these apps can amplify your Super Bowl Sunday.

NBC Sports Live Extra (iOS)

If you have a high-speed connection and a participating TV provider, then you can watch the Super Bowl... Read More »

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Game day apps for football haters

It's the weekend of the big game, and all your friends are planning a party, but you hate football. What do you do?

OK, so maybe you don't hate football, but you're definitely not interested in watching it for half a day, even if it is the championship game. And that's totally fair. Either way, you're going to need something to occupy your time while the rest of your buds are glued to their television sets. So here's a collection of... Read More »

Tags: iPhone , Android , apps , iPad , games , Football

Games for football lovers on iPhone and Android

The big game is this weekend and most American's will tell you it's a lot more than just a football game.

Many people make an event out of the game with parties, barbecues, and betting pools, even if their favorite team isn't in the running. Even the commercials shown during the game are an event in themselves with advertisers spending huge amounts of money for 30-second and 1-minute spots.

While you wait for the Sunday's festivities to kick off, I've put... Read More »

Topics: Mac Software

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Icebreaker Hockey lets you take the slap shot

Icebreaker Hockey (99 cents) hit the iTunes App Store recently, adding another sport to the challenging 3D tilt-to-control sports arcade franchise from developer NaturalMotion. Now you'll be able to take to the ice and work your way around defenders until it's your turn to take a shot on the goal.

Many iOS gamers will remember Backbreaker Football, one of the early great iPhone games at the iTunes App Store. Taking advantage of the iPhone's accelerometer, Backbreaker Football let you... Read More »

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Better HDR images and arcade football: iPhone apps of the week

When iOS 4.2 was released, I didn't update my iPhone right away. I waited until I was back from Thanksgiving vacation, where I could sync my iPhone on my home computer. Once I got home, like any responsible iPhone user, I backed up my iPhone first then hit the update button. From there it went through its usual process of downloading the update, some rebooting of the phone, and the rest of the updating procedure. Everything seemed to be running... Read More »

Topics: Mac Software

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Cook with the pros and play ball as one: iPhone apps of the week

The big Apple iPhone news this week involved a new app approved in the iTunes App Store called Skyfire Web Browser (link will open iTunes). This new Web browser's claim to fame is that it can display Flash content by using an interesting workaround. The browser sends Flash content to its own server, converts it to HTML5, then streams the content back to your iPhone. Jessica Dolcourt wrote about Skyfire's shaky launch here.

Apparently, within 5 hours, Skyfire's servers... Read More »

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World Cup Soccer collection for iPhone

The World Cup is now down to the final eight. In the U.S., where soccer mostly flies under the radar, the success of the USA team brought out a huge number of fans, many of whom probably now have a new appreciation for soccer. With the U.S. out of the running, and only eight teams left, it will be sad to see the most popular tournament in the world come to an end.

Fortunately, you can continue the fun on your... Read More »

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