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AT&T Thanksgiving App Ideas

When you think of Thanksgiving, you conjure up images of delicious food, competitive football games and crowded shopping malls.

 

You might even think of a parade.

 

That’s a lot of activity for just one day, but, lucky for you, AT&T has a few suggestions on how to make your Thanksgiving Day less chaotic—and more fun. 

 

The Food:

 

On Thanksgiving, turkey and potatoes are usually involved, and Android smartphone users who are looking for different ways to prepare either staple should check out the Potato recipes app and the Turkey Recipes Collection app. Both apps are free.

 

IOS smartphone users should consider downloading the free Butterball Cookbook app.  With this app, you get more than 250 recipes, and you can use voice commands to help you while cooking. This will leave your hands free to focus on your ingredients.

 

The Football:

 

Android users who want to keep track of Thanksgiving NFL games should get the free NFL Mobile app. IOS users will want to get the ESPN ScoreCenter app.

 

And if sitting on the sidelines really isn’t your style, try NFL Pro 2014 for IOS users. It’s a football simulation game that will put you right in the middle of the action.

 

The Shopping:

 

Getting ready to brave the crowds on Black Friday? The free Black Friday Shopping app for iOS users can help you plan accordingly.  It features the latest Black Friday ads and deals from 1,200 retailers. Android users will want to download a similar Black Friday app.

 

The Entertainment:

 

Finally, everyone loves a good parade, and the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade has become tradition regardless of whether you choose to line the streets of New York City or watch from the warmth of your home.

 

Now, you can keep up with the parade from wherever you are. The free Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade app is available for both IOS and Android users. It lets you follow parade updates and learn more about the parade’s history. You can even create your own parade balloon!

 

Thanksgiving should be fun. Minimize the stress, make room for your Thanksgiving feast and get ready to cheer for your favorite team—or your favorite float.

 

And when you are sharing all the things you are thankful for at the dinner table, don’t forget to add your smartphone to your list!

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