Best apps for the Super Bowl
Every year, the Super Bowl ranks as one of the most-watched television events in the U.S. Just last year, 113 million viewers saw the matchup between the Patriots and the Giants, making it the most watched American television event in history. If you find yourself pulling out your cell phone during this year’s Super Bowl, make sure that you have these second-screen apps installed to stay entertained if the game gets a little boring.
RUWT stands for “Are You Watching This?” and this app might come in handy if you’re not a big sports fan or if you have plenty of other things to do but still want to see the interesting parts of the game. This app will tell you exactly when to tune in to the game you want to see when it starts to become interesting. You won’t have to miss any of the plays people are talking about the day after, nor will you have to sit through the boring moments to see them.
Use PlayUP to keep track of any sport in any country at any moment. Receive live updates of the score of your match in more than 70 worldwide leagues. Open and private chat rooms let you talk shop with just your friends, or fans all over so if there’s a sport around the world and you want to be part of the conversation, PlayUp is the App for you.
Similar to RUWT, THUUZ is an app with a weird name but with great capabilities. Thuuz alerts you to the most exciting sporting events as they’re happening, so you never miss the action. Iteven tell you where to tune in to these games – TV*, web or mobile. Thuuz finds the best games for you based of your favorite teams, what your friends are watching and more.
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