Feb 01 AT 11:30 AM Taylor Wimberly 14 Comments

Super Bowl XLVI app now available in Android Market


Planning to watch the New York Giants defeat the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl on Sunday? The NFL just released their official Super Bowl XLVI Guide to the Android Market where it’s free to download. It appears the app has a lot of features geared towards those lucky enough to be in Indianapolis this weekend, but there are plenty of other goodies for those watching from home.

Highlights of the app include:

  • A detailed guide to local restaurants, nightlife, and official Super Bowl events
  • A 3D map of Indianapolis and an interactive 3D map of Lucas Oil Stadium for gameday
  • You can follow all of the social media buzz with NFL Huddle
For those who are not a fan of American Football, you still might want to tune into the 4th quarter when Samsung will unveil their next big ad. Also, don’t forget to pick your team in our first annual Android Bowl, where you can win a free Asus Transformer Prime powered by Tegra 3.


Source: Android Market

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    im a big sports guy.. so i will check it out

  • josegb2011

    Cool..go giaaantss

  • Trinhbo

    I see what you did there… Sorry Tarylor but the Pats are going to get revenge and win the Super Bowl this year.

  • spazby

    Awesome. Hope giants win

  • mark

    Ah, American Football. Huge bulky steroid enriched behemoths bashing into each other in-between way too much stopping and starting. Again the American preoccupation with military type maneuvers overly complicated planning and infinite interruptions of a game that is boring enough as it is without being interrupted every 5 seconds so that the gaily clad referee can make air-angels, point South, East, North and West and listen to his voice echo off the stadium speaker system whilst TV audiences watch mind-numbing replays in ultra-slow-motion of a 2 second piece of action that happened 5 minutes ago is too much for me to bear. The occasional grunt and broken neck not-withstanding this is a dull sport which most people just don’t get.

    • Lonnie Brownell

      Yes, a boring sport, unlike cricket. Or rounders. Or baseball!

      Most sports are boring to those who aren’t interested in them. I don’t care so much for basketball these days, and, as such, I find it boring, even though there is non-stop action.

      But I really get in to watching baseball, where (seemingly) nothing happens for extended periods of time.

  • Billy

    Awesome. I am glad to see more events and companies utilizing mobile applications. I have seen some really good conference apps (google makes one) for big conferences.

    I have seen some pretty good apps for music festivals (ACL) as well … I hope the trend continues. I always have my phone but don’t always want to carry a paper guide around.

    Here is to hoping they boosted the network for the large crowds or put up Wi-Fi!!

    • Billy

      Also .. I wanted to note that I like having the apps better than just mobile pages because the app can store or cache a lot of the data and be accessible when network congestion does happen.

    • DeadOhioSky39

      Yep, sort of the same stuff they did for CES.


  • Fanappsorg

    Do you know who will become the Winner of Super Bowl 2012?
    Our app knows that: https://market.android.com/details?id=com.mramra.superbowl

  • azulpiscina

    Did you mean: New England Patriots defeat the New York Giants in the Super Bowl on Sunday?

    • Trinhbo

      So much hate for Patriots fans here.

  • ihatefanboys

    Im a JET fan, so I hate the PATS, but i think I hate the GIANTS more….I’m just gonna catch the commercials.

  • jamesgmorgan

    GNexus FTW, but I need an Android tab, thanks for the opportunity!