If you’ve caught the Olympic fever and can’t get enough of the 2016 Rio Games, you may have noticed that your app options are slim. To help you get the maximum Olympic experience from your mobile device, we’ve put together a list of Olympic apps keep you connected to your favorite events.
Facebook & Instagram
NBC and Facebook have partnered to create a unique Olympic experience, giving you access to a wide assortment of live content, including exclusive interviews with top athletes, slow-mo video of inspirational moments, and much more.
Get daily highlights from the games courtesy of Youtube and 15 of its most popular content creators who will be streaming live from Olympic stadium. With 360 views and inside stories, YouTube offers some of the best Rio footage online.
Snapchat users are flooding their feeds with live videos and photos of the Games. NBC has opted to grant Snapchat with special access to events and athletes, putting Snapchat on a level playing field with its competitors.
Google has made special updates to the world’s most powerful search engine to enhance results shown for even broad Olympic focused queries. And of course, whether you want to find out more about results, athletes, medal standings, or Michael Phelps, Google will deliver. They are also offering automatic Olympic updates on both the Android and iOS Google app.
Only available on iOS, the Rio News app is a great resource where you can get all the Olympic news you need in just one place. Aggregating the most recent photos, videos, and stories into one app, this one stop shop will keep you in the know.
If you’re one of the many cable subscribers, the NBC Sports app is the ultimate way to tune in anywhere. No longer do you need to stay glued to the tube in order to get your Olympic fix.
How are you keeping up with the latest Olympic updates? Be sure to leave your Olympic app suggestions in the comments and share some of your favorite 2016 Olympic moments below!