ESPN Fantasy Football App Released

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If you’re into fantasy football, then we’ve got some good news for you! The guys at ESPN have released the official ESPN Fantasy Football app to the Android Market. The app is packed full of awesome features, including:

  • FantasyCast Live Scoring and Stats
  • Fantasy news, videos, and tweets from ESPN’s fantasy analysts
  • Team management: start or bench players, add, drop, and claim players off waivers, propose, accept, or reject trades with other managers.
  • Personalized push notifications
  • View and post messages to your league’s message board

With all of those great additions, what more can you ask for? The ESPN Fantasy Football app is perfect for any fantasy football fanatic.

We here at AndroidGuys like to save the best for last, and this is no exception. The ESPN Fantasy Football app is free (yes, we said free) from the Android Market, so it’s not sporting that $5 price tag we heard about. So what are you waiting for? Use the box below to download the app, and get started with your mobile fantasy football! Don’t forget to drop a comment below, and tell us what you think!

[app]com.espn.espnfantasyfootball[/app]

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20 COMMENTS

  1. This app is not ready for prime time! It constantly force closed on me, even when I was in other apps, and wreaked havoc every hour or so. Check out the Android Market reviews, many others agree. Don’t install it yet, wait for the upgrade.

    • you r so right the app sucks right now and  they need to fix this asap .  i hpoe espn knows that the season starts in a week  WE NEED THIS APP ESPN COME ON STEP UR GAME UP

    • Try Fantasy Football Monster  ’11. It’s $3.99 BUT it works with BOTH Yahoo and ESPN fantasy leagues. Worth the buy considering ESPN can’t there act together.

  2. why cant i check my team even though im logged in? I can see the postings of my league and my league rules… but I cant check my players… the option is nowhere to be found…

  3. if this is anything like last year there’s no way i’m paying for it.  the stunt they pulled was absurd…. piece of crap app, $4 AND then rather than improve or fix bugs they “updated” it to do nothing other than stick in ad banners.  lame

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