Best Free Smartphone Apps for Checking Fantasy Football Stats


With Week 1 of the 2012 NFL season now in the books, fantasy football fanatics have begun scouring through mountains of stats, looking to plug up holes in their rosters with one or two free agents that they expect to “breakout” this season.

If that’s you, and you happen to be on Pure TalkUSA’s Unlimited Plus+ plan – which now gives you more data than you’ll know what to do with in a month – you’re in luck! We’re here to help you use your data for what it was meant for…to reach playoff glory!

We did some research and came up with the best free smartphone apps for checking your fantasy football stats. Whether you’re using an Android phone, Blackberry, or iPhone, there’s a free app that you can download that will make digging through the data super easy.

ESPN ScoreCenter

This is by far the most popular smartphone app for fantasy sports players. It will give you complete coverage on just about any sporting event you’re looking for. There have been some complaints from reviewers about links not navigating to the right story, but if you’re willing to put up with a few bugs here and there, ESPN ScoreCenter is what you need.

Download ESPN ScoreCenter (Android)

Download ESPN ScoreCenter (iPhone)


For the fantasy football fiends that are also “Crackberry” addicts, ScoreMobile is the must have app for you this football season. For whatever game you’re following, the app will give you up-to-the-minute scores, player stats, betting odds, game previews, recaps, and more. ScoreMobile also has a super-convenient “push notification” system that sends you score updates via Blackberry Messenger for whichever games you designate.

With Blackberry’s user interface being slightly less robust than Androids or iPhones – and more geared towards those who are heavy email users – finding stats on ScoreMobile is surprisingly pretty simple.

Download ScoreMobile (Blackberry)

Do you know of any other free smartphone apps that sports fans would love? Drop us a comment and tell us what you’ve got!

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