St. Louis (KSDK) -- You can gear up for the Olympics by downloading apps on your smartphone or tablet. The games are more mobile than ever before.
You can watch the games on your tablet or smartphone with the NBC Olympics Live Extra app. In order to watch live from anywhere, you have to log-in with your cable or satellite subscription.
The NBC Olympics app is another good one to download.
It is a detailed app with athlete bios and the latest news on every sport in the Olympics.
Next up is the Olympic Games Results app. Keep up with the medal count and how each athlete has performed. A calendar of events is available on this app.
And if you love photos, there's an app featuring only Olympic pictures. That's the Reuters London 2012 app.
Apps aren't the only way you can stay connected to the games. You can watch on TV, on your computer, on your tablet or smartphone. Only Twitter will take you inside athlete's heads as they Tweet their way through the games.
NBC Olympics has a list of athletes with Twitter accounts, there are more than 300. Hurdler Lolo Jones is funny, opinionated, and shows her personality in every Tweet. You can find her @lolojones. Basketball player Lebron James has 5-million followers. He's on Twitter multiple times a day and has recently tweeted a picture of USA basketball uniforms. His handle is @kingjames. Swimmer Ryan Lochte is tweeting about everything from the weather in London to behind the scenes photos. He's @ryanlochte.