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In honor of the 2012 Olympic Games, starting later this week, we’re going to post some apps that you’ve gotta have during the Olympics. Spread the Olympic spirit by using the following app to stay connected to all of your favorite Olympic events…

NBC Olympics Live Extra

Stream the Olympic Games live on your smartphone where you are, for free. With NBC Olympics Live Extra, your Olympic viewing experience is enhanced. You’ll see uncanny camera angles and relays that you would not see broadcast on television.

Push notifications are available so you don’t miss out on your favorite events. Watch events in real-time or use the video on demand feature to record those events and watch them later.

The NBC Olympics Live Extreme is an app that offers the entire world a live feed… available via iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and some Android handset and tablet devices.

NBC Olympics App

There are pre-game features as well as in-game features.


  • Video on Demand and access to short-form video clips
  • Coverage schedule


  • Live events
  • Full event replays
  • Watch Olympic programming on NBC Universal television channels
  • Alternative camera views
  • Push notifications
  • DVR capabilities

This app is free to download and available in the app store.

NBC Live App

Stay tuned for more Olympic games and apps that you’ve gotta have!

Featured screen shots are from the NBC Live Extra page in the app store.

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