How To Watch the Super Bowl on a Tablet

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Super Bowl Sunday is almost here, and while the best way to watch it is on a giant TV, some people will need to use their tablet instead. Fortunately, setting this up will be a snap … here’s how.

Super Bowl on a Tablet

Super Bowl on a Tablet

Fox is the only place to watch the battle between the Atlanta Falcons and the New Engand Patriots, and the network has made it easy for any tablet user to tune in. All they need is the iPad, Android, Windows, or Kindle Fire version of the free FOX Sports GO app.

The TV network will provide hours of football coverage on Sunday, including Super Bowl LI itself with the announce team of Joe Buck and Troy Aikman providing play-by-play and analysis in their fifth Super Bowl together. Lady Gaga’s halftime show, as well all the commercials, will be included. Kickoff is scheduled for 6:30 ET.

Accessing this livestream does not require a cable or satellite TV subscription. All that’s necessary is Fox’s app to watch the Super Bowl on a tablet. And a relatively fast Internet connection, of course.


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  1. Daveridd

    There’s also a service called tablet tv, which can be found at Tablet-tv.com where you pay for a device that connects to your tablet and picks up tv over it’s own aerial. $90 to buy and no ongoing payments ever! It’s amazing!