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How To Enjoy Super Bowl LIII On Android, Android TV, Chrome OS

The hours, minutes and seconds are counting down to Super Bowl LIII where Los Angeles Rams vs New England Patriots will battle it out for the championship. We’ve come up with ways you can watch the Super Bowl LIII on Android, Android TV, and Chrome OS.

The venue for the highly-anticipated event is Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia and the time for the clash is 6:30 pm EST.

In 2019, CBS is the chosen network for streaming purposes, and that is with no cable connection. That tells you that you’ll be able to enjoy the game on several platforms in a few ways.

How You Can View Super Bowl LIII on Android, Android TV, And Chrome OS

Of course, the game can be seen live on CBS, that tells us that streaming solutions for TV will be able to access the game there. Hulu’s Live TV and YouTube TV can do this also. As YouTube TV is currently experiencing expansion all over the nation, it’s a useful $40/month option that even includes a 1-week free trial. In addition, YouTube TV will allow you access to the Super Bowl on Android and Android TV with simple-to-use applications.

If you use an Android device, a secondary streaming option for the Super Bowl is the CBS Sports application. There is no signing in or payment needed for you to view the game on your Android device or tab, it will cost you only an easy download from the Play Store. Better still, this application also allows you to watch the Super Bowl on your Chromecast with a phone with connection or on Android TV.

CBS All Access is also a great option to look at. You have to pay for it though but watching the almighty Super Bowl on Android or Android TV is worth any price. Payment is up to $10/month. It grants you access to streaming for all of CBS’ programming, including exclusive materials like Star Trek- Discovery.

To view the Super Bowl on Chromebooks or other Chrome OS devices, the CBS website is your best bet. YouTube TV and the Android apps can be useful in cases like this, just make sure your Chromebook is supported to use them.

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