If you want to recall stats and scores from this season, check out ESPN's free ScoreCenter app for the iPhone and Android phones.
If you're willing to spend 99 cents, American Football - Understanding the Game puts a guide to the game in your pocket. Through color illustrations and text, it explains the rules of the NFL and breaks down the basics.
If you're a cheesehead at heart (or just posing as one for the day), this app will make sure you know everything about your favorite team on the big day.
The official application from the Green Bay Packers features bios on all players, coaches and staff members, injury reports, stats, up-to-the-minute news and exclusive video.
It's available for free for the iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and Android phones.
Show your Steelers pride with your cell phone.
The official application features real-time scores, stats, standings, video on demand and Twitter posts from the team.
The app is available for the iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Android phones and BlackBerry, but for a price: $1.99.
Finally, if the only reason you watch the Super Bowl is for the entertaining ads, here's an app that will let you broadcast your critiques from the couch.
ADBOWL, a free app for the iPhone, lets you rate commercials as they air during the Super Bowl.
Just download the app and register your opinion (on a scale of five stars). The next day, the site will rank the ads according to votes. (If you'd rather vote after the game, you can just sign on their website.)
If you want to re-live Betty White's Super Bowl moment from 2010 or see other ads from previous Super Bowls, the free A+ Super Bowl Commercials app for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad links to YouTube videos of old favorites.