Tech on Tuesday: Super Bowl Apps
Who’s ready for some football?
Super Bowl LIII is just 5 days away! But before you settle in to watch the big game, there are some apps you might want to check out.
We break down your must-have Super Bowl apps in this week’s Tech on Tuesday.
More interested in watching the Puppy Bowl than the Super Bowl, but don’t want to miss out on the big plays? Thuuz is your tool for catching the big Super Bowl moments without having to watch the whole game. Thuuz delivers real-time alerts so you know when things are really heating up!
Planning to watch the big game at a sports bar or party, but worried you won’t be able to hear the action over the noise of the crowd? Consider checking out Tunity. It’s a free app that allows you to hear any muted, live TV’s audio on your mobile device. Just scan the TV, let Tunity locate the channel and you’ll be able to stream the audio through your headphones or Bluetooth speaker.
Running late for your Super Bowl party? If you are a customer of Verizon, Charter of another provider with access to the NFL Network, you don’t have to worry about missing a single play. Just download the NFL Mobile app and watch the game live. Don’t have access to the NFL Network? You can still use the app to watch highlights, read stories, and follow up-to-the-minute scoring.
Clippit – available on IOS and Android
As all fans know, football is all about the highlights. The highlights are what most people will be chatting about and sending GIFs of for weeks after the big game. Clippit is just what you need to take the most talked about moments of the game and make them shareable. The app allows you to capture up to 30 seconds of live TV footage and turn it into a shareable clip for you to post to social media.