By Aerol Bibat August 17, 2011 2 14 0 1 It’s football season once again! Although a few people may dislike the sport, it’s still no doubt one of the more popular sports in America. So what does this have to do with Android? Well, this season has a few highlights in the technology department, but the main one is the recent release by DirecTV of their NFL Sunday Ticket application to a whole set of Android devices. This includes the Motorola Xoom and Samsung’s Galaxy Tab, along with Motorola’s Android phones. The press release says one thing though, while the Android Market entry says another – it seems that the app is compatible with more than those two. They include the Kyocera Echo and even the Blackberry Playbook using its Android player.Advertisement So what exactly does the Sunday Ticket App give you access to? Well, the Sunday Ticket, for one. The DirecTV service is now coming directly to your Android device – which will let you watch your favorite teams pretty much anywhere. This is a big boon for those who don’t have DirecTV access and a definite attraction for many who just don’t want to be stuck inside their living rooms when they need to watch the game. Additional features include access to the NFL’s Fantasy Football app integrated with your viewing – yup, you can see the stats change in real-time on any of your devices and even your TV. Also included is the Mix Channel for late afternoon games which lets you pick and choose which games to watch. So what do you need to get all of this? Be a NFL Sunday Ticket subscriber, and pay a 50 dollar streaming charge. Which is a whole lot cheaper than season tickets. Better check the app out and see if your device can handle all that gridiron action. Source: Android Central 2 14 0 previous postAnother Banking App: Navy Federal Credit Union Releases Android Appnext postThe ASUS EEE Pad Transformer and the EEE Pad Slider: What’s The Difference?