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How to watch the Super Bowl 52 on your Smartphone, or Computer

by Felix Omondi
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Sunday, February 6th at 3:30 PM PT (6:30 PM ET), the New England Patriots clash with the Philadelphia Eagles for the coveted Vince Lombardi trophy in the Super Bowl 52. If you are not among the tens of millions who will have their eyes glued to the TV sets this weekend, and you don’t think missing the game is an option. Here’ how to catch all that action wherever you will be.

However, before we get into that! For those who will be on TV, by now you must have known that the NBC secured the rights to the 2018 Super Bowl. If you will be on cable/satellite or an OTA antenna, all you will need is to switch to your local NBC affiliate for the Big Game coverage.

If for one reason or the other, you will not be having access to a TV set this weekend. Your smartphone, tablet, or computer shall do just fine.

Watch Super Bowl on your smartphone for Free

Verizon’s long-term exclusive deal for mobile streaming of the game ended last month. That means you can catch all the action if you download the NFL Mobile app or Yahoo Sports app, regardless of which mobile carrier you are on.

Streaming the Super Bowl on your Tablet, Set-top-box (Apple TV) and Computer

NBC will be streaming the games on its NBC and NBC Sports app for free. There are no credentials to watch the game; you don’t even need to pay premium cable or satellite service anymore to watch the game.

You can also stream it on your set-top-box such as the Apple TV once you got the NBC and NBC Sports installed. But since you are already on your TV, you could very well just watch the NBC TV channel; unless of course, it is not an option.super bowl

If you will only be having your computer. Open your browser and go to or to catch all the action via live streaming.


Yes, Twitter has grown into a very reliable platform for catching up with live events in full details. Not only will you be able to follow the hashtags and people who can keep you updated promptly, you can also go over to the Moments feature. There you will find a number of content including video highlights, breaking news, commentary, and almost live scores and stats. You can bet, even those who will be watching the game live will still be on Twitter commenting (or read cussing).

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