Swackett
Swackett
Swackett

1.       Swackett

Before blitzing to Aloha Stadium, check Swackett for tips on what to wear and bring. Attending both the game and tailgate can lead to a long day and ranging temperatures. Be prepared for the elements by checking what the Swackett “peep” is wearing. Free for download.

2.       Tailgating

The ultimate to-do list app for game day. Users can make shopping lists and other check-lists, making sure they never forget a critical component of the parking lot BBQ. No time to make a list? Tailgating provides pre-made lists of typical tailgating items. Share your list via Bluetooth with friends so no one doubles up on wings! Free for download.

3.       Waze

Get to your favorite tailgate spot on time with Waze. The app shares real-time traffic information based on other users’ experiences and is completely hands-free. Open the app before rolling out of the driveway and Waze will audibly alert you about traffic alerts and road closures based on other users’ activity. Free for download.

4.       Grill-It!

Are you a self-proclaimed BBQ master? Grill-It! provides easy to follow recipes of all sorts; burgers, appetizers, sides, steaks – you name it. Favorite the tastiest recipes and keep friends and family full and happy at every tailgate. $0.99 for download.

5.       Meetball

Navigate the crowds before the game with Meetball. The app accesses your contacts’ locations and guides you to their location. Meetball even provides service in parking lots, fields and off-the-grid locations. Want to throw a party? Change your location to public and send out messages to nearby users. Free for download.

 

Submitted by AT&T

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