Top 5 Apps to Follow Big Game Online

If you’re stuck at work or nowhere near a TV for Super Bowl 46, don’t fret. This year, for the first time ever, NBCSports and NFL.com will offer a live stream of the big game. NBC Sports has been streaming Sunday Night games for a few years now, so here’s what you should expect: You’ll get additional camera angles, DVR-like controls to pause live game play and social networking capabilities.

Out on the road and only have your smartphone? Here are some free apps to get ready for the big day:

NFL Mobile (iOS, Android)

This is the first time that we’ll be able to watch a live stream of the game legally on mobile phones. NFL Mobile is the place to be and Verizon is the network to be on if you want a live stream of the Super Bowl.

Giants Mobile (iOS, Android)

The official app for Big Blue. This free app offers Giants fans real-time news, video on demand, photo galleries, all the latest stats, and a place to check out all the lastest Giants-related Tweets.

New England Patriots 2011 (Android, iOS, BlackBerry)

Fans of the New England Patriots know to go to this official team app for the latest news and videos. Also stats and scores, game details, video and audio broadcasts.

ESPN ScoreCenter (iOS, Android, Win Phone 7)

Sports fans probably already have this app but if you’re going to be arguing stats with others while watching the game, you need this. ScoreCenter gives you one-touch access to everything you need to know for the big day,

Super Advertisements (iOS)

Are you a fan of the Super Bowl commercials? Of course you are! This is the best app to see the most commercials form Super Bowls past and present.

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