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The official app of the NFL is the best, pure football app for any fan, with live local and primetime games, exciting 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:
• Live Local and Primetime Games
• Live Playoffs and Super Bowl LIII
• NFL Combine and Draft Coverage

iPhone and iPad features:
• All New Game Center with up-to-the-minute scoring, in-game highlights and drive charts
• NFL Network 24/7/365 with authentication
• Articles and video highlights featuring the latest stories and breaking news from all around the NFL
• Access to NFL Game Pass, NFL RedZone, 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

What's New

Version 53.0.6

All new Game Center with up-to-the-minute scoring, in-game highlights and drive charts.

Every other week we update the NFL app in order to provide the best experience for our fans. You can update the app automatically (without checking back here) by going to Settings > iTunes & App Store > Automatic Downloads and turning on Updates.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5

374.6K Ratings

374.6K Ratings

Editors’ Notes

The ultimate app for any football fan, NFL Mobile offers an insanely robust experience from the preseason to the playoffs. A smartly designed interface puts the spotlight on colorful photos and videos, and breaking news is easy to navigate and share. The astoundingly long list of features includes drive charts, real-time scores, and live stat trackers. Plus, on-demand games, access to preseason games, and more all become available with purchase of the NFL Game Pass 2016 Subscription, so there’s always something new to watch, analyze, and read.

Confusing new feed.

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I’ve been using the app since it first became available and this new update is really bad. First of all it removed the feature of check marks for the articles you have already read. With the layout being changed it would be really smart to keep that system so users don’t get overwhelmed. Next is the fact that the sub categories provided are on the main page. The previous layout took the most important NFL news and highlights and had them on the front page. I’m not opposed to the new system, but more thought should have been put into it. Maybe go back to the simpler format but give the option to look at more similar content within the article. Finally, the way the app was updated before, was a lot more consumer friendly. It would make small changes to one part of the app rather than a complete overhaul. I mean you changed the color of the app icon itself. I know it’s not the first time but consider your customer base. A phone is something that is personal to a customer. They become familiar with the color association faster than the app name itself. How many times have you been involved in a conversation where you are attempting to multi task and scroll through your phone? You identify your apps by sight first. The reason Apple hasn’t really changed the way their icons look for their core applications, is because it creates familiarity for their users. You should hire someone that takes these ideas into consideration.

Great idea. Lousy execution.

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Live streaming works quite well in general. The problems occur when playing back games after they are done, whether it be video or radio broadcasts. If you just play the content, it usually does well enough. However, if you want to skip around in the game, it is very inconsistent, oftentimes resulting in the stream starting over again from the beginning. Let’s say I want to skip back 30 seconds to watch a play again. There is simply no good way to do this and it’s just problematic for the app. Oftentimes you cannot even see where you are in the video because it does not display all the numbers (the game I am listening to reads “02...”, so I know only that I am sometime in the 2nd hour). This makes accurately moving earlier or later in the stream extremely awkward, ineffective, and pretty much impossible. How about adding the now-standard option buttons to skip 15 seconds forward or backward in the stream? This is NOT hard to do. Also, if you have the stream displaying in full screen mode, you pretty much can’t skip the stream forward or backward. You have to decrease the display size, then you can do it, albeit chunkily. It’s remarkable how far ahead MLB is compared to NFL when it comes to streaming content. MLB makes the experience nearly seamless. With the NFL, it’s an unpleasant experience.

Information

Seller
NFL Enterprises LLC
Size
104.5 MB
Category
Sports
Compatibility
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Apple TV.
Languages
English
Age Rating
Rated 4+
Copyright
© 2015 NFL Enterprises LLC
Price
Free
In-App Purchases
  1. NFL Game Pass 2018 $99.99
  2. NFL Game Pass 2017 Subscription $49.99
  3. Season Plus Pass $79.99

Supports

  • Wallet

    Get all of your passes, tickets, cards, and more in one place.

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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