As we all know, the Super Bowl is coming up this weekend and it should be an amazing game. The Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers have both had great seasons and they shouldn't disappoint on Sunday. If you're a Steelers fan in particular, you should download the Terrible Towel app, which is necessity if you bleed black and yellow. (Hi, Phil's wife!)
The app, which was of course developed by a diehard fan, gives Steelers fans a portable Terrible Towel right on their mobile device. The yellow towels admittedly aren't that bulky, but it's nice to be able to pull one up on your phone and as the developer states in the description:
You don't have to ever wash this Terrible Towel. Actually, I recommend against it!
Aside from providing users with a digital Terrible Towel, the app also provides real-time Steelers news, 2010 highlights and past Super Bowl rings display,and live updates and tweets from various Steelers' players.
The app is $0.99 from the Android Market and is perfect for any Pittsburgh fan who can't wait until Sunday. Find the QR code as well as links to the app after the break.
Note: It also requires the Adobe Air plugin. And we don't recommend waving it around.
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