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10 best NFL apps and football apps for Android!

American football is the country's most popular sport. Here are the best football apps and NFL apps for Android!
Joe HindyJuly 31, 2020158 shares

10 best sports news apps for Android

Sports provide entertainment all year, every year. Most people like multiple sports and multiple teams from those sports. There are a ton of apps out there for sports fans, but these ...
Joe HindyMay 28, 2020140 shares

10 best TV apps and Live TV apps for Android

The way we watch TV is evolving. Gone are the days where a TV is even required. Here are the best TV apps for Android!
Joe HindyMay 5, 20206025 shares

Verizon’s new streaming deal opens up NFL games to other carriers

The new streaming deal between Verizon and the NFL will give other carriers the ability to stream games on mobile devices.
Matt AdamsDecember 11, 2017257 shares

Streaming NFL games is about to get much easier

According to a new report, the NFL and Verizon are about to sign a new agreement that will open up streaming NFL games to more devices.
Matt AdamsNovember 20, 2017107 shares

Amazon spends big on streaming rights for Thursday night NFL games

Amazon has bought the rights to stream 10 Thursday night NFL games, which only Prime members will be able to watch.
Mitja RutnikApril 5, 2017120 shares

NFL highlights are coming to YouTube and Google

Although the NFL currently has an official NFL channel on YouTube, this agreement will allow for people to see in-game highlights during a game.
William Neilson JrJanuary 26, 2015212 shares

Verizon continues charging unlimited data customers for NFL access that others get for free

Verizon is discriminating against unlimited data customers to push them onto more expensive and data capped plans.
William Neilson JrJanuary 5, 2015407 shares

Verizon went behind the NFL’s back to support ending TV blackouts

Verizon Wireless, a media partner of the NFL, secretly supported ending the NFL blackout rule.
William Neilson JrOctober 4, 2014270 shares

NFL Now brings nonstop football videos to your phone

The NFL has joined the WWE in giving sports (or sports entertainment, in the latter case) fans a chance to watch their favorite athletes at any time, anywhere. Read on for more!
Shawn IngramJanuary 30, 2014138 shares
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