Sprint has announced a brand new Sprint ID pack aimed at fantasy football lovers. The Fantasy Football Fanatic pack will give you essential apps that will help get you through the season. The pack contains news apps, fantasy apps, podcast apps and even the popular Facebook alternative FriendCaster so you can smack talk with your friends.
Apps included in the pack are:
- SportCaster (Market link)
- RotoWire Fantasy News Center (Market link)
- National Football Post (pictured above) (Market link)
- Express Football (Market link)
- The Fantasy Football Guys (Market link)
- FriendCaster for Facebook (Market link)
- Yahoo! Fantasy Football (Market link)
- Sprint Football Live (Market link)
The app is free and can be accessed from Sprint now. If this list doesn't completely satisfy you, check out our Essential Apps for the 2011 Football Season.
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