Here Are 6 Apps You Should Download for the Super Bowl

By Brandy Shaul Comment


Are you excited for the big game, or maybe just the food and fun of a Super Bowl party? Either way, here are six apps that can help you make the most of the big day, whether you’re there in person, or watching from the comfort of home.

Super Bowl Stadium App (Free on iOS, Android) – NFL’s official Super Bowl Stadium App serves as a companion to the big game, allowing users to browse information about the Super Bowl and Levi’s Stadium (including details on where to park), as well as receive info during the game itself (like game stats and play by play information).

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Carolina Panthers (Free on iOS, Android, Windows, Blackberry) and Denver Broncos (Free on iOS, Android, Windows, Blackberry) Team Apps – These team apps allow users to learn more about the two teams in the big game, and include player statistics, photo galleries, news and more.


MyFitnessPal (Free on iOS, Android, Windows) – If you’re afraid of over-indulging on pizza and wings during your Super Bowl party, this calorie counting app can help you keep track of the calories you consume during the game. For iOS users, the app’s step tracker will also let you know how many calories you’ve burned.

Blocky Football (Free on iOS, Android) – If you need a break from the big game, you can still keep the football theme going by trying this runner from Full Fat. The game challenges players to score touchdowns by swiping on the screen to help their football player move down the field.

Shazam (Free on iOS, Android, Windows, Amazon) – Many companies (such as Coca-Cola) include a Shazam call-to-action in their commercials. By downloading the Shazam app and allowing the app to listen to these ads, users can receive more information about products. Also be sure to check out Adweek’s Super Bowl Ad Tracker to keep track of all of the commercials from this year’s game.