It's Super Bowl time! It's your last chance to watch real football for the next seven months. As such, we have compiled a number of football games for you to check out on iOS, and have helpfully found ways for you to watch the Super Bowl this Sunday on your iOS device.
There are plenty of ways to watch the Super Bowl. You can watch it on TV (and if you don't have cable, pick up an antenna, all TVs in the past decade can pick up digital over-the-air signals in HD), you can watch it online on your computer from NBC Live Online. That should take care of most use cases. Here's some alternatives, in decreasing order of plausibility.
NBC Sports Live Extra, Free Thankfully, NBC this year is making the Super Bowl available to watch through their NBC Sports Live Extra without needing any kind of cable authentication at all. However, you'll have to watch it through an iPad, as they don't have rights to stream on a phone. Blame Verizon ? they have the exclusive rights to NFL Mobile on phones. But just fire up the app, and you can watch the pregame coverage and the game through the app. The commercials won't be airing through the app ? there's royalty issues involved ? but you can catch those online, on that venerable football hotspot, Tumblr.
NFL Mobile, Free If you have Verizon, then the NFL Mobile app is your friend if you need to watch on an iPhone. It's included with certain plans, otherwise you'll need to purchase NFL Mobile Premium for your account. You will be able to watch the Super Bowl through the NFL Mobile app on your phone with that Premium subscription. You'll also get NFL Network, so you can catch the post-game coverage on their channel.
NFL Game Pass (Non-US link): The options I've mentioned have been for the US. If you're outside the US or Mexico, you can get the NFL Game Pass for $9.99 to watch the Super Bowl on your phone. If you are ...