December 19, 2014

Six Fantasy Football Apps for Your Android Phone

In the off chance you don’t know, we’re about to kick off the NFL football season.  We’re now in the midst of that lead up time where guys in their 20’s, 30’s, 40’s, 50’s, and 60’s are readying the perfect fantasy football team.  If you count yourself among the more than 27 million players who spend an average of nine hours a week monitoring your roster and league, you’ll want to check out the following six Android applications.  

CBS Sports Pro Football – FREE

Lets users have complete control of their CBSSports.com team. Grab real-time scores, adjust lineups, add/drop players, and more.  Offers exclusive video from the CBSSports.com fantasy panel.  Click here to download CBS Sports Pro Football for your phone!

ESPN Fantasy Football 2010 - $4.99

Use the ESPN title to manage your rosters, make lineup changes, propose trades and get lives from your Android phone.  Coming soon, one will find push notifications for for injuries, substitutions and scoring updates.  Click here to download ESPN Fantasy Football 2010 to your phone and make it a part of your #PaidAppPledge

Yahoo! Fantasy Football ’10 - FREE

The big daddy of them all, Yahoo! just hit the Market last week and is already off to a great start. Keep up to date with your team with live scoring, roster management, league standings, player additions, and more.  Click here to download Yahoo! Fantasy Football ’10to your phone.

HuddleHub - FREE

Manage both ESPN and/or Yahoo! accounts and receive live score updates for either league.  Developers have promised a host of new features, including the ability to add or drop players.  Was considered one of the best options out there until Yahoo! launched their official app.  Click here to download HuddleHub

NFL Mobile – FREE

After a little off-season shake up, the official NFL title belongs to Verizon this year.  The catch here is that you must be a Verizon customer if you want to download this app from the Android Market.  Aside from all the great regular coverage from the NFL season, the fantasy

Sprint Football Live – FREE

Although not the official NFL title, Sprint’s new football app offers an awful lot.  Users will be able to keep up with breaking news, grab real-time scores and stats, and pull all analysis from the other guys at ESPN, Yahoo! Sports, Pro Football Talk and Sports Blog Nation.  Text “Football” to 7777* on your Sprint phone to download a full version of the application.

What’s Your Favorite?

We’ll be the first to tell you that this is not a definitive list of the only fantasy football apps.  There are others out there that some of you might be using.  Which is your favorite?  Leave a comment below and share your opinion!



  • Greg

    Fantasy Guru (Yahoo Sports) is also another option for Yahoo Fantasy Football.

  • Riddlin

    If I knew what I was doing I would make an APP that tracks just players that you enter (kinda like the Verizon NFL App). That way everyone could use it and you could make huge bank since not everyone uses crappy yahoo, cbs or espn to run their leagues!

    • Jordan

      I agree Riddlin. That would be ideal. Especially if you could input the league scoring rules so it gives accurate reporting. I would pay good $ for an app like that. I currently have the ESPN app because one of my leagues is on ESPN, but another of my leagues is not and it has sort of odd scoring. It is a PPR league with bonus points given for things like long runs, long kicks, shutouts, etc…

      • Ntbaldini

        Checkout http://www.prmtime.com.  This app will be out for the 2011 NFL Fantasy season.  Enter as many as 7 leagues/teams with scoring rules for each.

    • Ntbaldini

      Wanted to let you know that a new app will be out this year that lets you access real time live scoring of ALL your fantasy teams across multiple leagues from a single source mobile device.  It will be available for the iphone, droid as well as any web-enabled phone.  Checkout http://www.prmtime.com

  • http://twitter.com/Android411 Jason

    I prefer Fantasy Guru to Yahoo Fantasy Football ’10. Much more intuitive.

  • Mike

    Ive been trying to download cbs football for 2 weeks. Not found! Goin with yahoo next year.

  • Mike

    Ive been trying to download cbs football for 2 weeks. Not found! Goin with yahoo next year.

  • Mike

    Ive been trying to download cbs football for 2 weeks. Not found! Goin with yahoo next year.

  • TheBigMammoo

    I love how I can only see CBS app in the market. I was waiting for the Yahoo! app only to find its not supported on 1.6. Just my luck.

    I’m rocking a Mytouch 1.2 and am really considering flashing my phone to use some of these cool, new apps. Can you guys mention what Android version is supported in your reviews?

  • http://fierceandmighty.com Kevin Kuzia

    Funny that I just downloaded the ESPN, Yahoo and CBS apps and then saw this. I like the ESPN one, but possibly because I have the most history with them from a fantasy sports perspective. I’m surprised people are not finding these apps on Market, though. I just searched for “fantasy football” and found them all.

  • tom

    Do you know if there is going to be an app coming out for fanball.com or rtsports