There are many good apps for DFS (daily fantasy sports) out there, but not all of them cater to daily fantasy sports. Most of them, like the NFL or ESPN app, only offer season-long leagues. Although that is fun, we personally prefer versatile fantasy sports apps where you can do both.
Best Fantasy Sports apps 2022:
Daily fantasy sports
Fantasy sports have been popular for a few years now, but it’s daily fantasy sports that really skyrocket to a different dimension. That is for several reasons. An important one is that it allows you to make money quicker. Although it’s definitely not as easy as it might look, it’s nevertheless a possibility that many of us daily fantasy sports players keep in mind
Below we have listed our favorite 3 apps for DFS. Each of these is perfectly compatible with both Android or iOs devices, so not to worry there.
FanDuel is one of the fantasy sports pioneers and they have managed to create one very sleek app. You can download the app for free on your mobile device. If you already have an account, you can simply log in. Otherwise, just follow the steps to sign up for an account. After depositing funds in your account, you can browse the different sports to participate in. The FanDuel app offers a clear interface, where you can easily spot the interesting leagues and entry money required.
Additionally, it has a feature to keep track of live scoring. There also is a handy system to build mock drafts in preparation of the real deal. Prizes on FanDuel are good too. Maybe not quite as good as DraftKings, but still. Comparing the FanDuel app with DraftKings app for a moment, I definitely do think FanDuel is easier to use and better to look at.
The DraftKings app is very well executed, good overview, but perhaps a bit of an old-fashioned interface. Some people prefer that though over a more sleek, modern look like FanDuel has. Nevertheless, there is nothing bad to say about the quality of the app. Cash prizes are great, signing up and depositing funds in your account is an easy and straightforward process.
Yahoo’s daily fantasy app is fairly new but that doesn’t make it any less interesting. The app is not as sleek as FanDuel, but it definitely has the modern appeal that DraftKings doesn’t have. On the home screen, you can easily see how much money you have in your account, your winnings and the contests you’re participating in. When you click on the sport you’re interested in, you can instantly view the available contests, prize money, and entry fee.