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How to watch the Super Bowl on your Android device

Derek Walter | Feb. 3, 2016
If you want to stream the big game to your Android phone, tablet, TV, or Chromecast, here's what you need to do.

If you’re not in the region, there’s still other content that could potentially be a huge time suck if you’re a football fan. Road to 50 also explores past Super Bowls with highlights and retellings of previous paths to gaming glory.

road to 50 app
The Road to 50 app outlines all of the events going on in the Bay Area in the lead-up to the Super Bowl.

If you really want to pretend you’re at the game, then check out the Super Bowl Stadium app. It just got the update for this year’s game, and it tells you anything you’d want to know about Levi’s Stadium. Keep in mind it’s primarily designed for those who are at the Super Bowl, with lots of stadium maps and information about where to grab a beer or find the bathroom. But it’s not a bad way to get closer to the action, without spending the thousands of dollars you’d have to drop for tickets. 

Despite Big Red putting the Super Bowl on a semi-lockdown for streaming, there’s still a lot of value out there to use your phone for a different take on all the festivities. The NFL apps will offer a steady stream of in-game updates, stats, and highlight videos to help you get through what will be another year of expensive and overhyped commercials. Behind all that should be a great matchup, so make sure everything is all charged up.

 

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