Many apps on the iPhone 5 take advantage of their ability to display notifications when they want to tell you about new features of the app or about news related to a topic that the app covers.
The NFL Mobile app will let you know about all kinds of news around the National Football League, and the constant stream of news may lead you to wonder how to turn off NFL Mobile notifications on your iPhone 5.
Luckily this is a feature that can easily be adjust for the NFL Mobile app, and our guide below will show you how.
Disable All NFL Mobile Notifications on the iPhone 5
The steps in this article were performed on an iPhone 5 using the iOS 7 version of the operating system. Different versions of iOS may require slightly different methods for changing notification settings.
These steps will completely disable all of the notifications for the NFL Mobile app. If you want to keep some of the notifications active, then you will want to leave those options turned on in the last step detailed below.
Step 1: Touch the Settings icon on your Home screen.
Step 2: Scroll down and choose the Notification Center option.
Step 3: Scroll down and select the NFL Mobile option.
Step 4: Select the None option at the top of the screen, then turn off each other option on this screen. You will know that something is turned off when there is not any green shading around the button.
Now that you know how to turn off NFL Mobile notifications on the iPhone 5, you can reduce the interruptions that can occur from this app, especially during football season.
If you also have the ESPN Fantasy Football app and would like to disable notifications for that, then this article will show you how.
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