On Wednesday, Dec. 5, wireless users may not pause to celebrate that it has been two years since the launch of Verizon Wireless’ 4G LTE network, yet every day they experience how it has transformed their lives.
4G LTE wireless networks mean that what was once considered only in the realm of desktop computers – or someone’s imagination – is now seamlessly mobile. Whether it’s watching user-generated clips, favorite entertainment programs or video chatting with friends and family, the growth of 4G LTE has changed the way we watch and share video.
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About 65% of sports fans that watch games on mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets are using them to follow football — far more than any other U.S. sport, according to new data. The below infographic recently posted by Mashable reveals just how popular mobile devices are among football fans watching games in real time, opening up a wider market for advertisers and teams to directly reach out to fans.
Viewing games and video content isn’t the only thing luring fans to pick up mobile devices to follow along. There are more than 290 football-related apps currently available for download.” Try NFL Mobile for stats and news from other games around the league when the stadium scoreboard isn’t telling you the whole story, and to track your Fantasy Football players.
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Imagine playing a video game on a smartphone or tablet. Now picture one player in California and another in New Jersey, and they are playing against each other. The lower latency on a 4G LTE network means that when one player makes a move, like pressing down on the accelerator in a virtual car, the other player has the chance to react in real time, make a move and pass his competitor to win the race.
While connecting people and things wirelessly may have been possible before, the improved latency of 4G LTE networks opens up more possibilities and enhances the mobile experience.
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Verizon Wireless customers can use their smartphones to share live video broadcasts of life’s special moments with their Facebook friends using Color for Facebook, a free social camera application.
Color for Facebook highlights the power of video on Verizon Wireless’ 4G LTE network, giving customers with a wide range of smartphones the ability to broadcast up to 30 seconds of live video and share the important moments in their daily lives at blazing speeds. Verizon Wireless customers will also have access to an exclusive audio feature to add sound to their broadcasts.
Verizon Wireless customers can dial “**COLOR” to download the app, or download it from a number of app stores. The app is free, and other charges will apply according to a customer’s data package. To learn more click through.