NFL

NFL

By NFL Enterprises LLC

  • Category: Sports
  • Release Date: 2010-09-10
  • Current Version: 14.6.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 139.84 MB
  • Developer: NFL Enterprises LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 338,950 Ratings

Description

The official app of the NFL is the best, pure football app for any fan, with live local and primetime games, trending videos and highlights, and replays of every game with NFL Game Pass (subscription required), the NFL app is packed with more video than ever. The NFL app keeps fans fully updated all off-season long, with breaking NFL news, highlights, stats & more. It doesn’t matter where you are, the NFL app has you covered. iPhone features: • NFL Combine and Draft coverage • Live local and primetime games • Live Playoffs and Super Bowl LIII iPhone and iPad features: • NFL Network 24/7/365 with authentication • Up-to-the-minute scoring, in-game highlights, big play markers and drive charts • Articles and videos highlighting the latest stories and breaking news from around the NFL and from all 32 teams. • All of the latest videos and highlights • Access to NFL Game Pass, NFL Shop, and more iPad-only features • NFL Network 24/7/365 and NFL RedZone are available for eligible subscribers of AT&T U-verse, Charter, Cox, DirecTV, Optimum, Verizon FiOS and many more providers. All fans can access NFL Game Pass subscription content within the NFL app. NFL Game Pass is a subscription product with features that vary based on location**. Learn more at www.NFL.com/Gamepass. Learn more about the NFL’s digital offerings: nfl.com/apps, twitter.com/nfl, and facebook.com/nfl. The NFL app allows use of AirPlay and Chromecast when viewing all video-on-demand and select live content, including all content within the NFL Game Pass offering. However, the NFL app does not permit outputs from phones of live games, NFL RedZone or NFL Network to external displays via HDMI, Chromecast, AirPlay, Miracast or other similar streaming functionality due to rights restrictions. *Data usage applies for app download and use. **Certain restrictions apply. ***NFL RedZone subscriptions are charged to your iTunes account and auto-renew every month unless it is turned off from your iTunes Account Settings at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during active subscription period. Privacy Policy: http://www.nfl.com/help/privacy Terms and Conditions: http://www.nfl.com/help/terms

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Reviews

  • Streaming is lackluster

    1
    By April Masiero
    Much like their looser commissioner Roger Goodell this app doesn’t perform as advertise. Streaming is meh.
  • 9.6 billion dollars industry

    1
    By EOHater
    You would think that a $9.6 billion industry would have a better app. Always closes out while trying to get it to work and FORGET ABOUT getting updated scores during live games.
  • Constant crashes other problems

    1
    By Tommignon
    Would be nice if iPad version would work in portrait mode as well as landscape. Even though it didn’t work very well, I liked to use the play by play feature to see what is happening. You would think that a multi-Billion dollar company like the NFL could hire good programmers
  • Awesome

    5
    By Genoo gambino
    My number one app for the NFL... thanks
  • Descent

    2
    By jdnejdi
    I like the app. But, there’s a bug where I can’t play videos I want to watch because there’s an add that won’t even play on every video.
  • 🤩

    5
    By Leo😏🤗😎
    Just great
  • Just ok

    3
    By Tfjisstvcfhjjjhf
    Needs more updates
  • Mr. Chainey

    5
    By Mudrunner1961
    Love it
  • Too Biased to certain teams.

    3
    By traj737
    Too biased to certain teams. Green Bay and Rodgers NE and Brady NY giants Pitt Steelers Santa Clara 9ers Dallas Cowboys NO saints It gets old with the same continuous coverage of the same stories of the same teams while other teams are completely overlooked.. Have to go to other sources to get accurate and non-biased coverage of the NFL for things that are going on in the league and with players and other Teams.
  • Drop kick

    5
    By old niner
    Bring back the drop kick, make it a 4pt field goal and the pt after 2pts from the run or pass line. Look what it would give the offense an extra blocker, pass receiver, runner. Look what the 3pt line did for basketball.

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