Never miss a football game again with mySchedule NFL 2013 for BlackBerry 10

By Alicia Erlich on 17 Aug 2013 12:04 pm EDT

With the American football season about to start, I'm sure all the diehard fans want to stay up to date on their team's schedule. mySchedule NFL 2013 ensures that no matter what team you or your family root for, that important game will never be missed. 

This convenient BlackBerry 10 application offers the ability to view the entire 2013 NFL regular season schedule. Upon loading, you are presented with the option of seeing all seventeen weeks of games in order by date and their start time which can be adjusted for Central, Mountain, Pacific, and Eastern time zones.

For those who don't want to forget, simply tap on the export to calendar icon and the application will create a new calendar entry for the NFL team of your choice with the option to set a reminder. Each entry includes the stadium name and address, sets it to private, and shows the teams competing. If you wish to export multiple teams, repeat this process for each one. Another item fans will enjoy is the Super Bowl history section which shows scores, winner and loser, and MVP information dating back to the very first one played. 

While I may not have the time to follow every single game, mySchedule makes it easier to keep track without manually inputting them into the calendar. All it takes is a quick tap to get ready for the upcoming season. Whether you follow the NY Giants like myself or are obsessed with one or more of the other NFL teams, this is sure to keep you organized on when to watch.

It may be simple, but it is a native application compatible with the Z10, Q10, and Q5 that you can purchase for $0.99.

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Never miss a football game again with mySchedule NFL 2013 for BlackBerry 10


Man. Shut up and go get a job or something.

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Yes it should be free, you can get NFL schedules anywhere , why would I pay for it!?

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I'm all for paying developers. But why would I pay for this when I can get the schedule in a million other places for free.

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I just bought it. Pretty bare bones and the calendar won't adjust to my time zone (Alaska). Hopefully with a little support, the dev will add global timezones that sync the calendar where ever you are. NFL fans all over the world. Would be useful when traveling.


Ok downloaded and installed, it is a simple schedule BUT the option to export to the calendar is great and well worth the $1 to me. Simple and well built with a few options.

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Next time you do some hours of work and charge absolutely nothing. It's a convenient way to put the whole schedule on your calendar and all you have to pay is 1buck. Next time you eat a greasy cheeseburger that damages your health and gives you absolutely nothing except for some flavour enhancers and crappy meat, you should think about a buck well spent.
I don't know that guy who developed it, but that 'for free' mentality is getting on my nerves. It's those moments when I understand why people don't even want to start developing for a new platform. Interestingly, the 'why isn't that free?!'-criers are often times the ones complaining why there's that mysterious 'gap in our app-ecosystem'.

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So what you're saying is that you're mad? I'm sorry for making you mad lol. But it should be free. I don't care for football either. Never watched it. But like I said, it should be free.
Hey at least apple and give free games out every week.

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Well said Calimero. I will gladly pay a buck or two to keep an app ad-free, especially if it keeps the devs working on the platform. And you're not alone -- I'm sick of the 'should be free' mentality too. More often than not you get what you pay for.

I don't know about it needs to be free but you already have the capability to export your team schedule to your calendar with the score app.

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Steelers 2013 Regular Season Schedule
Date Opponent Time** (TV)
Sun., Sept. 8 TENNESSEE 1:00 p.m. (CBS/KDKA-TV)
Mon., Sept. 16 at Cincinnati 8:40 p.m. (ESPN/WTAE-TV)
Sun., Sept. 22 CHICAGO 8:30 p.m. (NBC/WPXI-TV)
Sun., Sept. 29 at Minnesota
Wembley Stadium, London 1:00 p.m. (CBS/KDKA-TV)
BYE --- ---
Sun., Oct. 13 at New York Jets 1:00 p.m. (CBS/KDKA-TV)
Sun., Oct. 20 BALTIMORE 4:25 p.m. (CBS/KDKA-TV)
Sun., Oct. 27 at Oakland 4:05 p.m. (CBS/KDKA-TV)
Sun., Nov. 3 at New England 4:25 p.m. (CBS/KDKA-TV)
Sun., Nov. 10 BUFFALO 1:00 p.m. (CBS/KDKA-TV)
Sun., Nov. 17 DETROIT 1:00 p.m. (FOX/WPGH-TG)
Sun., Nov. 24 at Cleveland 1:00 p.m. (CBS/KDKA-TV)
Thurs., Nov. 28 at Baltimore 8:30 p.m.(NBC/WPXI-TV)
Sun., Dec. 8 MIAMI 1:00 p.m. (CBS/KDKA-TV)
Sun., Dec. 15 CINCINNATI 8:30 p.m. (NBC/WPXI-TV)
Sun., Dec. 22 at Green Bay 4:25 p.m. (CBS/KDKA-TV)
Sun., Dec. 29 CLEVELAND 1:00 p.m. (CBS/KDKA-TV)
* Times and TV network may change due to flexible scheduling

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Bought the app. For the ease of use, it is well worth the .99 cents. It will be interesting to see if the developer updates the past games with the scores and the current schedule with the team's records.

Love football but this app should be free. I would pay for apps that actually makes sense paying. Not a schedule that I can just browse anytime.

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