With the Super Bowl a little over a week away, the NFL Mobile App has been updated for the Super Bowl XLIX which will take place from Glendale, AZ and feature the New England Patriots and the Seattle Seahawks. I wonder if the footballs the Patriots will use will be fully inflated this time around? You can stream the entire Super Bowl XLIX from the NFL Mobile App, including the commercials, which for some are the most exciting part of the game. However, you do need to be a Verizon customer, as the NFL Mobile App streaming is still an exclusive through the partnership with the NFL and Verizon Wireless. However, NBC Sports app will allow you to stream it on your phone, tablet and even on your desktop. So there's that.
If you're heading to Glendale for the game, they've got Google Maps embedded into the app so you can find your way to the Stadium. There's also a section that answers questions about the stadium's policy. Which is pretty nice, and efficient for those that need that information. There's plenty of other info about the Super Bowl in the NFL Mobile app, that should keep football fans excited for the big game. It takes place on February 1st, from the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.
It's bound to be a great game. With the Patriots offense and the Seahawks defense. Although there will be a big gray cloud hovering over the Patriots whenever Tom Brady and his offense takes the field. Thanks to #DeflateGate. It turns out the Patriots used under-inflated balls in their AFC Championship game. And it's coming out now that this isn't the first time they've done it this season. Either way, we'll be enjoying the game. Are any of our readers heading to the Super Bowl in Arizona this year? Let us know in the comments below.