NFL

NFL

By NFL Enterprises LLC

  • Category: Sports
  • Release Date: 2010-09-10
  • Current Version: 14.5.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 140.04 MB
  • Developer: NFL Enterprises LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 263,135 Ratings

Description

The official app of the NFL is the best, pure football app for any fan. With live game streams now available to all fans, 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 season long, with breaking NFL news, highlights, stats & more. It doesn’t matter where you are, the NFL app has you covered. iPhone features: • 2017 Divisional and Conference Championship games • Pro Bowl • Super Bowl LII iPhone and iPad features: • CBS and NBC playoff games with authentication • Super Bowl LII • 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

  • Too expensive for limited value/use

    1
    By onemorehater
    This app is far too restrictive. You can't select which games you want to view, and you can't play them on an external source from the device you purchased the plan from (e.g., on a tv). For the cost, you're better off following team Facebook pages, and the NFL highlights page. The only thing you lose at that point is the ability to watch the entire games. Which you can sometimes find on YouTube anyway. Besides - the NFL has highly favored northeast football teams (where all the money is), since Goodell took over, so the overall product you're getting isn't worth the money anyway. Might as well be WWE at this point, just on a grass field. Rugby is far more interesting, and nowhere near as corrupt.
  • Navigation should be better

    2
    By Adahow
    The stories seem to be serialized with the stories running across the bottom of the screen, which is fine, but getting out of the loop when running in full screen requires one to go to the last story which reads “Close.” Most other video apps have an “X” somewhere on the screen to close. Weird. The main navigation happens on the left side of the screen. That’s broken into a top horizontal scroller listing the main topics and then below that is a vertical scroller that lists the stories. This means that the main categories can’t be seen at a glance. Gamepass is a completely different section of the app, so one has to first get to it. Once one gets there, the navigation becomes specific to it with the horizontal scroller giving access to even more main categories. This is a mess. On it goes with nav. One other odd thing is that when watching two games, the app stated that the video connection was lost. When I reconnected, it started over, not maintaining my place.
  • Can’t stream from phone to TV

    1
    By Erocs8
    Can’t stream from phone to TV
  • Nfl

    5
    By Liiiiokjhh
    It is a very good app for the nfl
  • Eh

    3
    By Breck.Bronson
    I like the concept of it but it’s not really all that great because you pay a ridiculous amount of money to watch full games and the network is slow
  • Timely and up to date

    5
    By Ravens2015
    Fun and informative
  • NFL

    5
    By shampulu
    NFL
  • Not working outside of US

    2
    By Juan Cubillo
    If you stay in travel this app not will works.
  • Great all around - on mobile

    5
    By YelpMCF
    This app has it all for both diehard fans and casual followers. It’s UX, UI and speed are top notch. Best of all, it’s quite reliable despite the amount of data it has to handle. If only the PSN app was the same! By contrast, it’s constantly crashing and has major login problems for GamePass users. Zero stars for PSN, and five bright ones for iPhone.
  • Great app!!!

    5
    By Nelson Ramos
    Great app and very informative. Always on top of the news in the league!

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