We like football. There. We said it. Now, go ahead, make whatever assumptions you’re going to make about us. It’s fine, we already made a bunch of assumptions about you too. Over it? Okay.
So, football. It’s a little late now, but if you have any fantasy football leagues, next Fall, you HAVE to get Fantasy Football ’11 (actually, if they’re smart they’ll probably call it Fantasy Football ’12). The cool thing about Fantasy (Monster) Football is that you can put all your fantasy football teams from ESPN, Yahoo!, and NFL into the one app and monitor them from one place… for FREE. We decided we were willing to pay a little ($3ish), so we could also edit our line-ups and do all that heavy duty team manager type stuff. We can read up on news on our players, make trades, message the competition, and check out the league standings. We like it because it makes it so we can dominate our league (well, we expect to next year) all from within one app, instead of having to login to three different places. Super slick… for football fans… like us.
Actually, in the process of writing this review, we saw that they have an all-in-one fantasy sport app for football, basketball, hockey, and baseball called Fantasy Monster Pro -$5 about, but we haven’t splurged on that yet. If you have, let us know what you think of it!