National Football Post & Handmark Huddle Together for Free Mobile App

Untitled-29It’s football season and people are looking for ways to keep up with the latest news, rumors, and fantasy updates.  A new Android app is available today that helps fans stay on top of all things concerning pro football.  National Football Post (NFP) and Handmark have partnered up to launch to launch NFP Mobile.

The application delivers real-time content and news, offering views and commentary from NFL executives, agents, as well as NFL players past and present.

Key features:

  • Hot News and Rumors
  • Columns from NFP Experts
  • Notes from Lombardi
  • Fantasy Football News
  • Scouting Department
  • Daily Jolt
  • Team News – featuring a customizable tab that lets users get up-to-the-minute news on all their favorite teams.

Most of the content found within the app can be shared via your favorite social bookmarking/networking sites and service. Future updates promise to deliver commenting and video

“The demand for quality mobile content continues to escalate as people increasingly expect instant access to information on their mobile phones, and sports news is a prime example,” said Evan Conway, EVP of Marketing at Handmark. “We’re pleased to partner with NFP to deliver its popular sports content and ensure a great user experience for news-hungry football fans everywhere.”

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