Meh It's not so much the app itself, but espn doesn't keep up to date with scores and when rbs get yards half the time it says loss and takes points away when it was a gain.
Does everything it has to No more having to seek out a WiFi signal to fire up the laptop at12:50 pm EST [I finally moved beyond Gingerbread ;^) ]. No problems on my Moto X!
Not very helpful It looks nice, but is hardly useful unless you're scrambling to make a roster adjustment right before a game starts. The UI layout doesn't make much sense and makes it very hard to compare players and stats. The back button takes me to the homepage instead of the previous one. Needs lots of work to become actually practical.
Not reliable Way too often I cannot open the app because it tells me I don't have a connection when I do. Updates for scores take way too long.
Very resource heavy. Pretty good, but slow to load up. And requires so much ram that android keeps closing it when I load up chrome for doing fantasy research. Then I have to load ESPN all over again and try to remember who I was trying to find on the waivers.
They need to make it user friendly They need to make it similar to the website. I hate this app, but I love Espn fantasy football. Maybe I'll try yahoo next year.
Performance improvements and bug fixes