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Best Apps for Fantasy Football
By: Greg Dorn
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With Labor Day weekend behind us, the glorious start to the NFL season remains well within reach. The air begins to cool, white pants get tossed in the closet, and game day hoodies hang ready for action. Football has finally arrived! And for the fantasy fanatics who spend hours prepping their teams for Sunday’s (or Monday’s, or Thursday’s) big game, mobile devices become your best friend. You’re always on the go, and you never know when news of an injury might strike. Hence, we’ve rounded out the best apps to manage your fantasy football teams from the comforts of your own smartphone.
 
ESPN Fantasy Football. If you want to build your league around the most reputable name in sports broadcasting, ESPN’s native fantasy app won’t let you down. Along with keeping up with your finely tuned team, the app contains a plethora of news and headlines to keep you up to date. Plus, you can’t go wrong with a free price tag.
 
CBS Sports Fantasy Football & News. CBS Sports has successfully stepped on the toes of ESPN to become a major player in the industry. Therefore, it naturally comes equipped with a solid app for fantasy football. In addition to top-notch CBS news, the app contains an entire section devoted to fantasy advice. This bad boy is for both the pros and the rookies alike, as its easy-to-use interface stands as a primary feature. Price: free.
 
Yahoo! Fantasy Sports. Yahoo may be climbing out of the ashes with a new logo, new management and a soaring stock, but their sports department always remained one of their few saviors. Anything can happen throughout the season, and this app will send you push notifications when your players are injured or even on a bye week. Price: free.
 
NFL Fantasy Football 2013. What better place to get into the game than the NFL’s own fantasy app. Check live scores, start or bench players from your phone, and manage multiple teams at once. News and injury updates even come straight from NFL.com. Price: free.
 
What app do you use for your fantasy football needs? Let us know in the comments below. 


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About the Author
Greg Dorn is a blogger, writer, and obsessed with everything technology and social media. Greg is absolutely captivated with the recent advancements in mobile gadgets, making our world more seamlessly connected. You can learn more about him on his own blog here
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