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Gameloft Releases Real Football 2013 For Android, Available For Free With In-App Purchases

If you're suffering from a bit of FIFA envy, as you wait for the latest version of the world's most popular football game to reach Android, you'll be glad to know that Gameloft has finally released Real Football 2013 (or 'Real Soccer 2013' in the U.S.), and it's available for free from the Play Store.

Last season's version of the game amassed over 5 million downloads, so Gameloft will be hoping that their latest title performs just as well.

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Online Football Manager Helps You Fulfill Your Secret Fantasy To Run A Football (Soccer) Franchise

Back in April, we reported that SEGA released Football Manager Handheld 2012, a game that allows you to simulate what it would be like to run a soccer football team. Of course, I honestly couldn't tell you five differences between futbol and handegg, so I may not be the best judge of how fun these games are. Then again, I used to play a game where I pretended to be the owner of a large hotel.

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[New Game] Hothead Games Releases Big Win Football – Customize, Compete, 'Go For The Big Win'

Encouraging players to "go for the big win," Hothead Games recently released Big Win Football to the Play Store. The makers of the artistic masterpiece that is Machinarium and the similarly sports-minded Big Win Soccer have added another entry to their catalogue of "Big Win" sports games, bringing the same customizable, competitive and unique gameplay dynamic to football fans, allowing them to create their own customized dream team, play against opponents online, and enhance player skills with game-changing boosts.

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Major Update Rolled Out To NFL '12, Except You Probably Can't Use It

I just want to put this on the table: I don't like football. It's not that I don't understand it - I just find it boring. And silly. I tried to get into it once, and that just wasn't happening. But, I also realize that many of you lovely folks do like football. So this is for you. Well, kind of.

The NFL pushed a pretty major update to its "NFL '12" app last night that brings some pretty nice features for anyone who uses the app:

What's in this version:

- All new Thursday Night Football Xtra companion experience
- Completely redesigned Videos section (Android tablet only)
- Access to the NFL.com/Live look-in show for TNF (Android tablet only)
- Ability to share all your favorite News
- Added more stats
- Bug fixes

So, what's the problem?

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Live Video Streaming In Verizon's NFL Mobile App Is Free Until October 1

Big Red customers who just can't enough of the ol' pigskin, listen up: from now until October 1st, you can catch all the NFL action for free on your mobile with Verizon's NFL Mobile app. The service, which normally costs around $5 a month, allows you to stream live NFL content directly to your phone so you never miss a beat.

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And, considering the app was just updated to add support for Jelly Bean and high-res screens, you can rest assured that it will work just fine on your newly updated Galaxy Nexus.

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Verizon's NFL Mobile App Updated With Support For Jelly Bean And High-Res Screens

Before we go any further, let me say that this post will contain zero references to replacement referees. Okay? Everybody got that? Good. Just after the long, long-awaited Jelly Bean update for Verizon's Galaxy Nexus, the carrier has finally updated its exclusive NFL Mobile app for Android 4.1. They've also added compatibility with "high-resolution devices", though looking through Verizon's current lineup it's hard to think what they could mean by that.

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NFL Game Rewind Comes To Android, Lets Subscribers Watch Full Replays Of 2012 NFL Games On Your Tablet

As football season gets underway, the annual tech upgrades start. What new toys do you have for getting sucked in to your favorite not-soccer sport? Well, one of the nicest ones this year might be NFL Game Rewind. The app, which requires an existing subscription to the streaming service of the same name, will allow viewers to watch games in their entirety after they air. No live shows, but they're available via On Demand.

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ESPN Bowl Bound App Becomes ESPN College Football, Tempts The Wrath Of NCAA Fans Everywhere

Long-awaited updates to popular apps are usually met with adulation, but ESPN's college football app may be an exception. The old Bowl Bound app is now the more generically titled ESPN College Football, with a few new bells and whistles added into the mix. ESPN news for all Bowl Championship Series teams is complemented by video clips that promise to be constantly updated, and users can save their favorite teams for quick and easy access to news and live scores.

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[New App] NFL Preseason Live For Tablet Scores One Of The Lowest Ratings In The Play Store, Wants $20 In Return For Poor-Quality Streams

Are you ready for some football?! If you have $20 and a high tolerance for irritation, the new NFL Preseason app for Android tablets is out and ready to accept your cash. The fee is actually for a subscription to the online preseason coverage, which can be watched in a web browser. Judging by the early reviews of NFL Preseason Live for Tablet, that might be where you want to watch it.

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ESPNsoccernet Hits The Play Store, Feeds Your Football Addiction

Here in the States, we call it soccer. Everywhere else, it's called football (which makes far more sense to me). Regardless of what you call it, though, there's one universal truth: like many other sports fans, soccer/football fans want to stay as up-to-date as possible about what's happening with their sport.

Enter a new app from ESPN called ESPNsoccernet that helps you do just that. It offers a pretty extensive set of features for the football/soccer-lover:

Comprehensive football coverage.

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