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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First the disclaimer: this is not the same Madden experience as you get from a console. Then again, try slipping an Xbox 360 into your pocket. Available for iPhone/iPod Touch ($7.99), iPad ($12.99) and BlackBerry ($6.99), the 2010 edition of the Big John's eponymous game has the expected annual refresh, complete with Super Bowl MVP Drew Brees shouldering this year's Madden curse. It's loaded with features (a streamlined version would be an improvement given the screen real estate) and the perfect diversion when you're ready to get off the sidelines and get into the game. And EA also offers NCAA Football for the iPhone/iPod Touch ($6.99), if college pigskin is more your game.
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