Mobile Football Madness: Best Apps For The Gridiron
College football season is in the first quarter and the NFL season about to kickoff. Take your football experience mobile this fall by arming yourself with the best mobile apps for following your team, be it fantasy or real, and staying in the game no matter where you roam. Here's 20 of the best.
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When it comes to sports highlights, ESPN is the marquee stage. The free ESPN Scorecenter iPhone/iPod Touch and Android apps (paid version available for the iPad), skip the pithy catch phrases in favor of up-to-the-minute updates for NFL and college football (and other major sports too). The push scoring alerts ensure you never miss a touchdown -- if you see it on the ESPN ticker, it's on your phone -- and setting up the MyTeams card allow for easy tracking of your favorite teams.
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