Fantasy Football Draft Assistant is Featured on Sprint Android "Discovery It" Store Front
Wow! Draft Assistant was featured on the Sprint Discovery IT Store Front #3 and Top Paid app of that category today! Thanks Sprint and all the customers of Sprint!
Here is a short write up of the app.
Fantasy Football Draft Assistant 2013 App by Marvel Apps LLC fresh new unique user interface to managing your fantasy football draft blows the competition away by making the content easily consumable for playing in your fantasy football league.
This fresh take allows the user to easily make quick decisions by swiping among the top players as projected by MyFantasyLeague.com (MFL) 100,000 leagues. One can view the entire Top 300 players projections or organize the players by position. As soon as the user find who is looking for, its a simple swipe up to add him to his team.
Fantasy Football Draft Assistant is organized in 3 rows. The Top Row is your selection of players on draft night. The Bottom row is the players drafted by other fantasy teams in your league. Separating the two rows is the pool of the Top 300 MyFantasyLeague.com NFL Players ranked in order (1-300). This is an aggregated list of the Top NFL Players drafted over 100,000 MFL Fantasy Football leagues. MFL is known throughout the Fantasy Sports industry as one of the most comprehensive Fantasy Tools on the market. MFL users range from die-hard FFB players to casual players. According to the Fantasy Sports Trade Association (FSTA), the collection of hundreds of influential fantasy sports companies in the industry.
In 2008, 2010 and 2011, The MyFantasyLeague.com was awarded the Top Fantasy Tools -Fantasy Commissioner, League Manager PRoducts from all of the FSTA. An honor that has been only given to 2 companies over the past 6 years, CBSSports.com and MyFantasyLeague.com. With the unique developers API from MFL, Fantasy Football Draft Assistant was created.
Knowing players name is typical, but being face to face with player profile pictures tells a different story. A story that gives every fantasy football player an edge in the draft. As the saying goes, a picture is worth a thousand words. Well with Draft Assistant, relating faces with names and names with faces could not be easier. Everyone experiences making decisions with the very best information in a short amount of time. Users will select NFL player on a personal level since he has seen his picture before other news or articles.
Simply knowing if the player is injured is the one of the most important aspect of Draft night. Fantasy Football Draft Assistant simple view of injury reports have red crossed band-aids as a layer over the players profile picture. For more details, a quick summary labeled in red is shown below the players name. This provides a comprehensive view if the user should draft the player.
The UI of Fantasy Football Draft Assistant is designed to be Clutter free to satisfy that 10 second need to know who to select during my Live Fantasy Draft. Swipe up is my team, swipe down means he’s not available.