Enterprise Mobility: 10 iPhone, iPad Apps to Kick Off Super Bowl XLV
10 iPhone, iPad Apps to Kick Off Super Bowl XLV
by Nathan Eddy
A Stadium Horn ($0.99)
Annoy your friends and family with this virtual noisemaker featuring "insanely loud" volume. Share it with someone you love (to annoy).
A+ Super Bowl Commercials (Free)
Ok, so not ALL Super Bowl commercials are baduse this app to view some of the best from the past few years.
Football Pinball ($0.99)
You wont need any heavy equipment to enjoy this version of the game, just quick, dexterous fingers.
History of Football ($0.99)
This app consolidates all of Wikipedias entries for the history of the game, though you could probably care less about the other version of the game, known to Americans as soccer.
Official Green Bay Packers (Free)
Stay up-to-the-minute on Packers news, scores, injury reports and coach and player bios.
Steelers Gameday Live (Free)
Real-time scores, drive-by-drive stats, replays and access to NFL RedZone should be enough to keep most Steelers fans happy.
History of Super Bowl ($0.99)
Amaze your friends with your knowledge of Super Bowl history, or use it as a quick cheat sheet during a trivia match. We wont tell.
Madden NFL '11 ($4.99)
Optimized for the iPhone 4s ultra-sharp Retina display, this mobile version of the popular game lets you grind your (virtual) opponents into dust.
Tailgating Recipes ($0.99)
While Chicago-area Super Bowl fans will have to be content with frozen foods this weekend (haha!), these recipes allow you to grill with style.
Super Bowl XLV (Free)
Navigate a 3D map of North Texas and Cowboys Stadium to find concessions, restrooms and places to eat and drink. Ye-haw!