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Get Super Bowl ready with these apps

Get Super Bowl ready with these apps
Jesse A. Millard

With the biggest game of the year coming to town you’ll want to make sure there are plenty of apps loaded up on your phone in order to have the ultimate experience. Whether you’re visiting Phoenix to see your team kick off or a native you’ll want to make sure these apps are on your phone.

 

Getting around town:

 

UberUber: Get from A to B by having trusted strangers drive you around instead of an expensive cab company. All you need to do is download the app and a driver will pick you up and take you anywhere in the Valley.

https://www.uber.com/

 

 

LyftLyft: If Uber isn’t your thing, try Lyft, the pink mustachioed ridesharing company. They’ll do the same thing, but perhaps at a different price.

 

 

 

 

gofastcabGoFastCab: Whether you want to order a quick pick up now or later GoFastCab is your app. Enter in your address and someone will be there soon to pick you up and take you to your Super Bowl App.

 

 

 

 

Acehopper

 

Acehopper: If you’re visiting  Arizona for the first trying to make heads or tales of the transit system can be stressful. Download this app and they’ll make the experience easier by planning your trip, or just showing you a map of the town.

 

 

GridBikesGridbike: Hanging around downtown has never been better now that you can get around on a rented bike. Rent the bike hourly through their mobile app or even become a member for those who wish to stay longer. If its on the other side of downtown and you don’t want to drive, try Gridbike.

 

 

 

GoCurbGoCurb – formerly Taxi Magic: There’s an endless amount of ridesharing options out there for you to utilize when you’re on the go and don’t have your own car. This app links you with professional drivers and allows you to track the driver until they come and pick you up. Give it a go!

 

 

TotalTransitTotal Transit: They’re Arizona based and this rideshare company will take you to where you want to go for the Super Bowl. Whether its for luxury or not, they’ve got you covered.

 

 

 

 

Superbowl Apps:

NBC streaming: If you’re at work or stuck inside of an elevator at the time of kick off don’t fret. You can stream the game and all of its glory onto your mobile phone. You’ll have to pay for it on your phone, but it’s free on your desktop.

NFL Mobile AppNFL Mobile via Verizon: For those who decided to get the More Everything Plan at Verizon let the celebration begin. You’ll be able to stream the game for free through this app. So if you can’t catch the game on the big screen, at least you’ll have it on the little screen.

 

 

 

SuperSundayHQSuper Bowl HQ:  Where’s the party at? Well, this app has found your answer. Over at the Super Bowl HQ they’ve made a list of where every hip and happening party is at and the news around the event. If you’re looking to get funky over the super bowl, this is a must download.

 

 

 

SuperBowl XlIXNFL Stadium: If you’re lucky enough to go to the game be in the know with this app. Ticketholders will have the option to download this app so they may watch replays, catch up on the commercials and receive up-to-the-minute notifications.

 

 

Food:

GrubHubGrubhub: As gametime approaches you’ll need food and lots of it. Grubhub will make it easy for you with thousands of menus so you can order as much food as you want straight to your door.

 

 

 

 

PapaJohnsPapa Johns: If you want to watch the super bowl in style with the official pizza of the superbowl then download their app. From your phone you can order a pizza from you local store and it’ll be at your door before you know it. 

 

 

 

YummlyYummly: If you’re in pursuit of the ultimate chip dip recipe then Yummly may be there to help you out. They let you search and save recipes so you can be the commander of the kitchen for the super bowl.

 

 

 

 

NFL HomeGamingNFL homegating: If you’re planning a super bowl party NFL homegating will help you organize. They’ll let you send invitations get quick tips and see gameday recipes. Just pick the teams and you’ll be on your way.

 

 

 

 

Open TableOpenTable: Sometimes watching the game from home is so blasé and this app will help you set dinner reservations at your favorite game day spot. Pick the restaurant and the time and this app will do the rest for you without having to call in.

 

 

 

YelpYelp: If you’re just visiting Phoenix for the game then let Yelp show you the lay of the land. With user written reviews, you can pick out the best spots to grub or go to during Super Bowl week.

 

 

 

 

What apps are you going to use this week? Tell us below or on our Facebook page.