Best Draft Tool Ever: Fantasy Football Cheatsheet '09

Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by timj98, Jul 21, 2009.

  1. timj98 macrumors newbie

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    Introducing the best iPhone fantasy football cheatsheet 2 years running. At $.99, this low price is too good to pass up. Please feel free to post requests or feedback and will will respond to them.

    http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=322409144&mt=8

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    INTRODUCTORY SALE!!!

    Get it now at the super low price - and get the upcoming update with player news, injuries and depth chart for FREE!
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    The iPhone's best selling, highly acclaimed cheatsheet is back for the 2009 season. Fantasy Football Cheatsheet '09 packs all the great features from the '08 version plus many, many more.

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    New Features for 2009
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    - Beautiful UI design. View additional player info by swiping left or right.

    - Over 500 ranked players. More than 900 players overall.

    - Edit player rankings by position or overall. Create the perfect rankings based on your league.

    - Create multiple leagues. Save draft picks and rankings for multiple leagues.

    - Download daily Average Draft Pick (ADP) and Average Auction Value (AAV) data from MyFantasyLeague.com

    - Sort players using your own rankings, ADP or AAV

    - Robust statistics on the go! 2008 season stats and 2009 projected stats at your finger tips

    - Detailed player profile pages.

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    Features returning from the 2008 season
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    - Keep track of your team with the dedicated My Team view.

    - Create a wish list of players you want to draft

    - Player search to quickly locate any of the more than 800 players

    - Easily track drafted players to always know who's available

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    Features in version 2.1 submitted to Apple!
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    - Up to the minute player news provided by Rotoworld.com

    - Up to the minute injury info provided by Rotoworld.com

    - Team depth charts provided by Rotoworld.com.

    - All data is updated automatically in the background each time the app is launched. Includes ADP, AAV, roster updates, news, injuries and depth charts.

    Visit www.290design.net to see screenshots of the new 2.1 features.

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    There is no need to invest in spreadsheets or magazines. Fantasy Football Cheatsheet '09 is hands down the best fantasy football resource available, and it fits in your pocket!
     
  2. QCassidy352 macrumors G4

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    although I'm somewhat turned off by your blatant advertising, it does look like a nice app.
     
  3. Sigma4Life macrumors member

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    I agree. I do like that it has a unique look too it while being very functional at the same time.
     
  4. Spiwack macrumors newbie

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    I've seen three of them so I bought them all.
    Depends on what you're in to. Each seems to have its strengths and weaknesses.
     
  5. timj98 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Strengths and Weaknesses

    Could you elaborate?
     
  6. SteveAbootman macrumors 6502a

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    I'm liking the features overall and am considering this app. One question though; the up to the minute injuries/news - will that be pushed? An incredible feature would be customizable push alerts for only those players on your team. Talk about a competitive advantage! Thanks.
     
  7. timj98 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    News updates

    The updates are automatically downloaded when you open the app. We are working on the features you suggested, but wanted to support as many users with this app as there are still many people with older versions of the OS.

    Thanks.

    timj98
     
  8. Sigma4Life macrumors member

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    Fantasy Football Cheatsheet '09 is the only app that has...

    - Up to the minute news and injuries (provided by Rotoworld.com)
    - Complete team depth charts (also provided by Rotoworld.com)
    - 2008 season stats & 2009 projected season stats
    - Re-rank players by overall, by position, and in wishlist
     
  9. Spiwack macrumors newbie

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    Some comparisons

    Haven't played with Studs and Duds much so I'll limit the discussion to Sigma's app and the iDraft app
    Not quite sure about the "only" comment he/she made.
    Sigma's app has 2009 projections, both have 2008 stats, and iDraft has a league stat lookup too
    Sigma's is colorful and iDraft's has a simpler look.
    idraft tracks multiple teams from your league and it doesn't seem Sigma's does unless I'm missing something.
    Sigma gets updates via rotoWorld. Idraft takes you to espn and cbssportsline for injuries and drafts.
    Sigma has ADP/AAV. iDraft doesn't
    iDraft has IDP Sigma does not.
    both view by position and allow resorting

    Sorry for the delay in posting.
     
  10. Sigma4Life macrumors member

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    Cheatsheet '09 doesn't have multiple teams but it does support multiple drafts. With iDraft you have to erase all of your draft data every time you want to engage in another draft.

    Cheatsheet '09 provides the latest news, injuries and depth charts on a per player basis. If I want to know the latest news on a specific player you can access that info immediately which is very important in a draft. In the iDraft app your taken to a website where you have to search for the information you need. Valuable seconds lost when your in a rush to make your next pick.

    Both apps allow player resorting but only Cheatsheet '09 allows you to sort players by position. That is what I was pointing out in my original post.
     
  11. Sigma4Life macrumors member

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    Currently up to #2 in top sports apps! Many thanks to everyone that has purchased it.
     
  12. ValentineNicole macrumors newbie

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    Can someone let me know how this compares to the free ESPN FF Draft Kit app? I'm interested, but I don't want to purchase an app that I don't particularly need. The up-to-the-minute information about injuries is intriguing, however, since ESPN's helpfulness seems to stop once you finish your draft..
     
  13. timj98 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Difference btwn the apps

    The main difference between the apps, is that Fantasy Football Cheatsheet '09 is a tool that can assist you while you are drafting. It allows you to keep track of players that have been drafted to your team, other teams, or those on your wishlist. You can quickly sort and search for whatever you need during the draft. The ESPN tool is mainly featured for being a wishlist and research tool.

    Fantasy Football Cheatsheet '09 can be used for both. With new features coming soon, it will be hard to match the capabilities. New features coming soon will be the ability to rank players using custom league scoring and to quickly sort players on the main screen.
     

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