Whether you want live score updates, breaking football news, or a little help managing your fantasy football league, these are the football apps that every NFL fan should download before the season starts.
1. NFL Game Rewind
(NFL Game Rewind)
NFL Game Rewind lets you rematch NFL games on your iPhone, iPad, or Android device. If you missed a game, or just want to watch your favorite moment from a recent game, this awesome app can give you exclusive camera views and tons of bonus content.
Check out the video above to watch a “getting started” guide for Fanium.
While Fanium may be too feature-light for some experienced players, it will appeal to fantasy football noobs, or those looking for a more streamlined experience that will be less of a time drain. It may also appeal to those players who lack real-world league connections and are looking for an experience that feels a bit more solo-friendly. It will also work for leagues where nobody can agree on a date to get together for the draft.
ESPN Headlines scrapes the latest news from the world of sports, and puts it in an easily scannable interface. This makes the news easier to digest and saves you a ton of time. If you want to stay abreast of football news, or any other news from the sporting world, this app has got you covered…as long as you use Android, that is.
Learn more about how FanDuel works in the video above.
If you’re really into fantasy football, but don’t necessarily want to stay with a league for an entire season, you should check out FanDuel. The FanDuel app basically allows you to join a one-week fantasy football leagues for real money. One-day leagues are also available. If you like sports and you like getting paid, you’d better download this app.
theScore offers a ton of great features for football fans, along with other major sporting events. You can receive free Push Alerts with scoring updates or key moments, or just stay on top of breaking news about your favorite players. Learn more about this app in the video above.