Super Bowl 2012 will kick off on Sunday, Feb. 5, at 6.30pm (EST)/3.30pm (PST) with NFC Champion New York Giants squaring off against the AFC Champion New England Patriots.
Football fans in the U.S. are all getting ready for the big game and yes, it is big. Ticket prices for Super Bowl has reportedly soared to $4,000 (you're lucky if you bought one for $800 when the tickets were first released) and over 100 million Americans are expected to watch Tom Brady & Co. face off with Eli Manning & Co.
The big game can be watched live online on NBCSports.com (http://snfallaccess.nbcsports.com/), which has teamed up with NFL this year to give American football fans a treat.
Expect HD-quality live streaming, DVR-like pause and replay controls, and a plethora of other features like exclusive content, multiple online-only camera angles, sideline reports and live chat.
However, for those who are still craving for more, Tech & Trend has compiled top 10 apps (and has thrown in a few inspirational movies as well), which any die-hard Super Bowl fan must have. Start the slideshow to check them out and see whether you already have them.