Football season is upon us. If you consider yourself a fan, hopefully you have all of your necessities at the ready: an HDTV the size of a refrigerator; an oversized foam hand emblazoned with your favorite team’s mascot; snacks, sweet and savory alike; and plenty of heated opinions for the next water-cooler discussion or, failing that, for yelling at the radio. If you have an iPhone or iPod Touch, then consider yourself lucky, as you’ll have even more ways to enjoy the season. Here are the top five ways to bring the excitement of Football Season to your iDevice.
ESPN Fantasy Football 2010: This is the essential fantasy football app. With ESPN Fantasy Football 2010, you can carry the entire fantasy football experience in the palm of your hand, with high-end graphics and an intuitive interface that beats the desktop web browser version, hands down. This app not only lets the user manage multiple teams and leagues, but also access news feeds with valuable stats, news, and more. The only drawback is that ESPN Fantasy Football 2010 will make fantasy football more addictive than ever.
CBS Sports Pro Football: Tired of having to page through all the unimportant news of the day, just to get to those few precious football updates and videos? Then, first of all, you may want to examine your priorities. Second, does CBS have the app for you! CBS Sports Pro Football takes the day’s breaking football news, play-by-play analysis, videos, and standings, and weaves them into a free and fun to use app for the iPhone. Staying up to speed has never been easier.
SlingPlayer Mobile: Major League Baseball has its own live-streaming app for the iPhone, but unfortunately football fans are left wanting. Enter SlingPlayer mobile. Sure, at $29.99 the app is on the exp