NFL Now, the league's new video highlight app, just launched today. It somehow crams over 6,000 minutes of original video content, and nearly 5,000 minutes of video per team, into every week of the season. Clearly, the world is about to run out of minutes.

Available for free on Android, iOS, Windows, and Kindle mobile devices, along with Xbox, Fire TV, Roku, and your web browser, NFL Now offers breaking news and team-produced content in a customized feed you can tailor to your favorite teams and players. Add a $2-a-month subscription to NFL Now Plus ($5 if you're outside the U.S., Mexico, or the U.K.), and you'll get instant in-game video highlights on gameday right on your device.

Unfortunately, the NFL Now Plus access to RedZone streaming content, but that only applies if you're outside the U.S. And you probably shouldn't cancel your cable or satellite subscription: while the app offers a butt-ton of highlights and replays, you can't actually stream the game with it. It's a second (or third or fourth or whatever) screen, not a TV replacement.

Now you can watch the game from literally every screen in your house. [Android] [iOS]