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Get Ready For Super Bowl 2013 With These Super Bowl Apps

 

 

I don’t know if you’ve heard about the new first world crisis, but a Super Bowl staple is in major shortage. That’s right, our delicious friend Mr. Chicken Wing might be in short supply for game day next Sunday. Apparently demand is stronger than our fleet of fowl is able to supply. Lucky for me, I’m actually not a big chicken wing fan. And, lucky for you these Super Bowl apps will be available to keep your head in the game and off your cravings.

 

1. Super Bowl XLVII Guide

This app is your all-inclusive guide to the big game and includes all the Super Bowl events that are happening, where to eat and where to get your dance on, and other points of interest around New Orleans for Super Bowl Week. Even if you’re not in the big Easy for the Big Game, this app will keep you updated on all the buzz with notifications sent straight to your smartphone. And it’s free for Android.

 

 

 

 

2. Super Bowl 2013 News Pro

Alright, this app is for all you news fans. It’s especially designed for Super Bowl 2013 and includes all the videos, gossip and, of course, news surrounding the game. It integrates football news from NFL, CBS Sports and other official sites, and even integrates the official Super Bowl Twitter Account so you don’t miss a tweet. This one’s also free for Android. Check it.

 

 

 

 

3. Food Network in The Kitchen App

Alright, I started this post off with the chicken wing crisis thing, so I need to throw in an app that will help you serve up delicious Big GameĀ  grub, and stars like Rachel Ray dish up the best recipes on this Food Network App. It’s $1.99 and works on your iPhone and iPad.

 

 

 

 

From all the game day events, to news updates, to amazing recipes, these apps are making your 2013 Big Game experience a truly tech-savvy one. So, who are you rooting for? I’m going to go with the 49ers solely on the cool city factor. Go San Francisco!

 

Photo Credits

Google Play | Food Network

Author : Holly Hutton

Born in the Big Easy and raised in the Sunshine State, Holly has spent the last five years brunching in the Big Apple and bantering with Big Ben. As a wandering writer, techy-in-training, and avid alliterator, Holly has written everything from educational policy and political news briefs to web content and travel blogs. She is thrilled to be a part of the KS team and working with a community of smart, savvy, entrepreneurs on all things startup!

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