Super Bowl apps and how you can watch the game, and the commercials
Watch Super Bowl XLIX on Feb. 1, 2015 (Kickoff Time is 6:30 p.m. ET.) – the Seattle Seahawks vs. the New England Patriots – NBC will air the game on your local NBC TV channel
or you can view by live streaming the 11 hour broadcast online for free on NBC Live Extra on your computer, iPhone, iPad, or Android device using the Live Extra app. To use the app, register on the Live Extra site to start the live streaming coverage and verify that they have a pay-TV subscription with one of 15 providers, including Comcast, Cox, ATT-UVerse, and Verizon FiOS.
The commercials, a big draw for some viewers due to their often slick production, will differ between the TV and digital stream. But NBC plans to make all of the in-game television ads available online and will announce details “soon”.
Verizon customers with the “More Everything” plan can download Verizon’s NFL Mobile app and watch the entire Super Bowl streaming live on their smartphone or tablet.
If you have a Sirius XM subscription, tune in to Channel 88 to listen to the game on-the-go.
Keep up with all the latest chatter about Super Bowl 2015 on Twitter. Follow the NFL (@NFL), the New England Patriots (@Patriots), the Seattle Seahawks (@Seahawks), and the official Super Bowl Twitter account (@SuperBowl).
Of course, stay up to date with all the latest Super Bowl commercial news right here, and watch previews, the actual ads before the game and cast your vote on your favorites.
YouTube announced they will be having a Super Bowl halftime show of there own, and feature some of YouTube “Stars”, and they will bring back Adblitz