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I just got a Iphone and I am wanting some good apps where I can listen to Alabama games on the radio through my phone or just apps I can get info on our football team. Any other useful apps you can think of please let me know. Thanks in advance.
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There's not a ton of great Bama apps out right now (that's why I'm building one as we speak).
There's an officially licensed Bama app out there with basic information. I think it's kind of expensive though. I know some people here like the Bama gameday app (not officially licensed). Reflect7 also has a Bama app in the app store.
I've also got two apps in the app store that I've created for college football fans:
A seating chart and seat photo sharing application (NCAAF, NHL, NBA): www.seatsherpa.com.
And a college football scores and schedules app: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/ultimate-college-football/id435408746?mt=8&ls=1
Also there's some really good apps to follow some college football twitter feeds - I'm sure someone here knows what they are.
And the university of Alabama released an app last week, but I think it's more "student information" related. Still may be a decent download.
I use the Tunein Radio app. During the spring game I used it. Search crimson tide radio network and it will pull up the stations that have it streaming live.
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I'll second (or third) TuneIn Radio as a great app. I really came in handy during basketball/NIT season when the Bama games were nowhere to be found on JOX.
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