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If you are a fan of the American Football game, then you are probably in need of a reliable NFL (National Football League) app for your Windows 8 device. Besides the NFL Connect Windows 8 app that we already talked about, you can try out Super Bowl XLVIII – NFL Official Program for Windows 8 that has recently got launched in the Windows Store.
Super Bowl was first played on January 15, 1967 and this year, it will take place on February the 2nd, so the launch of the official Windows 8 Super Bowl app comes in at the right moment. Super Bowl XLVIII NFL Official Program for Windows 8 is available for a price of $1.99 but the downside is that there’s no free trial available, so only the true NFL aficionados will buy the application, I suppose.
Official Super Bowl app launched for Windows 8 users
The National Football League presents the Official Super Bowl XLVIII Interactive Game Program. The app has everything you need to know about the AFC Champion Denver Broncos and NFC Champion Seattle Seahawks plus video highlight recaps for every week of the 2013 season!
If you missed the printed 288-page commemorative program, then don’t worry as this $1.99 app brings it straight to your Windows 8 device, be it a touch or desktop one. Besides complete information and details related to this year’s edition of the Super Bowl, it also has a gallery of images and information about every previous Super Bowl, and you will also be able to find high-resolution images of every Super Bowl ring.
Some of the most important features of the app include animated starting lineups and stadium renderings; live Twitter and Instagram feeds; actual temperature at MetLife Stadium, as well as sortable rosters for both teams and some bonus material. As you know, this year we will see Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks fight to claim the Vince Lombardi Trophy. I guess this will be the same app for the year 2015, but I can’t be sure 100%, as NFL might choose to release a special one, just like it has done it this year.