You can’t always be sitting on your couch in front of a big screen TV when the big game is on. Sometimes you have to be out and about, but that doesn’t mean you have to miss the game. The great thing about smartphones is you always have a mini TV screen in your pocket. With these apps, you can always watch the big game no matter where you are.
The WatchESPN app lets you keep up with your sports anytime, anywhere on your Android phone and tablet. Watch live games and shows with access to ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, ESPNU, and other ESPN-owned channels. If you get ESPN with your TV provider you can access live streaming video in the WatchESPN app.
Fox Sports GO
The Fox Sports GO app gives you mobile access to all the Fox channels you already pay for. This includes your local Fox affiliate as well as FS1, FS2, your FOx regional network, Big Ten Network, and more. You can watch live events or past broadcasts.
NBC Sports gives you live access to events airing on NBC, NBC Sports Network, and Golf Channel. This app is especially awesome during Olympic coverage. Stream live events on your phone or use the Chromecast functionality. You can also rewatch highlights and past broadcasts.
If you don’t have a cable login, but still want to watch as many games as you can, consider trying Sling TV. You can get 7 days for free to try it out. The Orange package includes ESPN networks, while the Blue package includes FOX and NBC networks.
PlayStation Vue is very similar to Sling TV. Vue also has a free 7-day trial that you can try out. The base package includes many of the channels you would want, including ESPN and Fox networks. You can bump up to the next package for specialty channels like Big Ten Network and ESPN U.