Super Bowl XLVI Helps Fans Stay Connected with Mobile Apps

This year, for the first time, Super Bowl XLVI offered mobile apps to fans in order to help them experience the game in a new way. The apps were available in the iTunes and the Android Market.

Verizon Wireless was the main provider for the NFL apps and they were designed to be an official guide to the stadium. The app offered 3-D maps in order to look at all of the seats in the stadium.

The map also allowed for a person to map their parking spot to the closest entrance on the stadium as well as additional maps of the city so that visitors could easily find restaurants and activities to attend while in the area.

There is also a feature called the Huddle Tab that allows for a constant Twitter stream to keep fans updated on the game. Each team also offered the own free mobile apps for their fans.

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