Most DFS sites have some sort of mobile app to allow you to set your lineups, monitor your teams and handle payment processing. Some times that isn’t enough, which why FanDuel has introduced an app called FanDuel Scout.
FanDuel Scout promises to be your “Own personal assistant for all your favorite fantasy sports needs,” giving you personalized injury notifications, player needs as well as analysis to help you put up your best lineup each week.
FanDuel players can download the software on Apple iOS Store and Google Play platforms. The iOS app currently boasts a 4.5 star rating while the Android app is at an impressive 4.6 score.
The FanDuel Scout app is free for downloading for FanDuel users.
Why Use FanDuel Scout?
The fact is there are a ton of information sites out there to help you set your lineups and keep up with your league. So what makes FanDuel Scout so special?
Quite simply, the app’s strongest attribute is the ability to link up information to your FanDuel lineups. This means that that FanDuel filters out some of the noise and you are only given the information that is relevant to you.
The FanDuel Scout app syncs to your account and allows you to monitor your FanDuel players as relevant information comes out. This information can potentially be vital in injury situations where one player can make a difference between a good day and a bad day.
What FanDuel Scout Does
FanDuel Scout is currently available for NFL, NBA and MLB.
Highlights of FanDuel Scout include:
— Being able to set up notifications about players in your lineup so you can know right away. You can earn off notifications is it becomes too much.
— News around the league. It’s also helpful to know what other top DFS players are doing. The Players News section of the app will allow you to put your finger on the pulse of what is happening.
— A watchlist that allows you to watch the players that are in your lineup or elsewhere across the league. You can keep up with your own players via the “My Players” tab.
Below is a peak of the FanDuel Scout app.