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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Keeping tabs on the latest line, doubling down on your favorite team or setting up a parlay can take time and the clock always counting down to kickoff, you can't afford any confusion. Enter the iBet NFL 2010 iPhone/iPod Touch (Lite version free, $9.99 for full feature set) app from iBet Sports Apps. It will track your wagers, your wins and losses, open bets, betting history and even model best case and worst-case scenarios for you. It won't place bets for you though, but just about everything else.
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