The National Football League will offer an expanded selection of content as part of its recently-renewed, multi-year deal with YouTube. While the NFL's channel already offers game highlights, recaps, and clips, the new content selection will include full classic games, plays from in-progress games, and more.
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With Super Bowl 50 nearly upon us, we want to make sure you're fully set to not miss a second of the action. We're going to run down how you can watch the big game live from your Android phone or tablet, and keep up to date on the latest developments.
Google is reportedly in talks with the National Football League over streaming rights for the three games planned for London during the next football season. Apple is also said to be in negotiations for those rights. The NFL broadcast a game in London in 2015 as well, with Yahoo providing the livestream.
Kick off this football season with your Galaxy S6 in hand while protected in your favorite NFL case.
No matter what team you're rooting for this year, there's an NFL case for your Galaxy S6. For slimmer protection, hybrid cases and clear covers keep things low profile while still adding enough defense against scratches, scuffs, and fumbles. If you need all the grip you can get, opt for an...
The 2015 NFL season is upon us, and you'll want to stay in the know. These football apps for Android keep tabs on scores for your favorite teams, drill down into detailed player stats, feature video clips, expert commentary, and often a little fantasy football on the side. If you're pumped about football starting up, take a look at our app picks.
We know the NFL season has already started, but it's not too late to start following along. If you want to casually keep up with the NFL and at least know what teams are playing every week, it's easy to add the schedule of your favorite team to Google Calendar. Or if you're a diehard fan, you can add and follow every single team in the league — we won't judge. It's a simple process either way,...
The 2015 NFL season is nearly upon us, which means you might be hosting a party or two. Whether you're firing up a ton of ribs on the BBQ for a veritable army of football fanatics, or just want to impress your small circle of friends with some bitchin' nachos, these cooking apps for Android will help you shop and cook with ease.
Though we're trying to zero in on apps that are perfect for the...
NFL season is upon us, and we want to make sure you're fully set to not miss a second of the action. We're going to run down how you can watch games live from your Android phone or tablet, and keep up to date on the latest developments between games.
The NFL will soon offer a new on-demand video feature to users of its NFL Mobile app called Game Pass. With Game Pass, fans will be able to watch all 256 regular season games on-demand through the NFL mobile app, as well as on a number of set-top boxes. In addition to regular season games on-demand, you'll also be able to watch live, out-of-market pre-season games, as well as the entirety of...
Whether you're just 'in it for the commercials' or you're cheering on a team, you can watch from mobile if you have to
We can't all be comfortably seated in the best spot in the living room with a huge plate of wings and a threatening glare toward anyone who dares to even think about touching the remote control this Sunday night. For reasons passing understanding, Super Bowl Sunday is not a...
The NFL has entered a content agreement with Google that will see official highlight clips and more appear both on Google as well as YouTube. Highlight clips will be available on YouTube and in Google's search results. Meanwhile, searching for a team will get you detailed information about upcoming games and more.
In a bold move supporting cord cutters, satellite provider DirecTV is allowing users to stream NFL Sunday Ticket games to their personal devices without requiring a satellite dish in the process. Streaming will work on compatible Android phones and tablets, iPhone and iPad, Macs and PCs, as well as Microsoft's Xbox gaming console depending on the package you sign up for.
NFL playoffs are upon us, and football fans are likely getting pretty excited. There are a ton of ways to follow the action on your phone or tablet, and we’ve rounded up some of the best Android apps for making sure you don’t miss a thing.
Even if you're not a big sports guy, we've included some top-notch football games here that just about anybody can enjoy.
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Looking to get your fix of Madden 25 on Android? It's now available for the low, low price of free — and a little more than a free gigabyte of space on your favorite tablet.
It's a pretty monstrous download, but the gameplay is smooth, the graphics are tight, and there are a whole lot of options to keep things interesting.
And in case you're wondering how so much game is available free of...
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The 2013 football season is upon us. College games started last weekend and the NFL kicks off tomorrow night, so we wanted to provide you with some essential apps for getting you through the season. Whether you're a fantasy junkie or just want to keep up with league scores on-the-go, we've got you covered. Enjoy! Now onto the list, after the break.
A whole bunch of good changes, and one bad one.
Just as the NFL preseason kicks off, the NFL Mobile app for Android has received a serious facelift and also an unexpected issue for rooted users. On the design front the app looks and seems to perform much better than previous iterations, which is a big deal for the hardcore fans out there. The app now also offers even more video content...
Live Sunday regional games, playoff games and Super Bowl added to the deal starting in 2014
Verizon and the NFL announced today that the companies are making a multi-year extension to their current agreement, which will continue to make Verizon the official mobile network streaming partner for NFL in the U.S. Starting this season, the NFL Mobile app from Verizon will receive a facelift, with...
Had a pleasant surprise during Week 3 of the NFL season. (Never mind that the Steelers blew it by letting the Raiders within a half-mile of the end zone, with ol' Sea Bass on the sidelines.) SiriusXM is now streaming NFL games live online. And that means you also can listen to them on the SiriusXM Android application.
And that means I no longer need the NFL Mobile app, which only officially...