$0.99 FanGraphs iPhone App

In honor of opening day, the FanGraphs iPhone App has been discounted to $0.99 for today only!

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David Appelman is the creator of FanGraphs.


31 Responses to “$0.99 FanGraphs iPhone App”

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  1. Russ says:

    Will we see an Android app?

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    • TK says:

      Sports Nation has an Android app. I think that’s more appropriate. FG, please don’t stoop to that lower class.

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      • Doug Gray says:

        There are more android devices out there than i-devices. Why anyone wouldn’t want to put it out for Android is just bad business. As for your pot shot at Android being a lower class…. let me know when the i-phone can compare its speed or functionability to that of the top end android phones. The only advantage that they have is the better app store, which is due to it having a two year head start on the Android Market.

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      • TK says:

        you are a massive dork that cannot take a joke.

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  2. Sean says:

    make an Android app!

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  3. Dave W says:

    I’d buy an android app, and at full price.

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  4. thalooch says:

    same as above, android is def a better fit for fangraphs users

    people who get their stats from espn.com use iphones

    +8 Vote -1 Vote +1

  5. rudle says:

    I’ll write the android app (cheaply) for crying out loud!

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  6. JG says:

    How about an iPad app?

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  7. JWay says:

    Haha I bought this yesterday. Go figure.

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  8. Scott Clarkson says:

    Am I the only one that finds the full version of the site works just fine in safari on my iphone?

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  9. Kevin says:

    I bought it. Not sure how much I’ll use it but at $.99 I’m happy to support the great work on the site.

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  10. jojo says:

    I can’t find the link for the Android app?

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  11. Zobmie says:

    You’d think after the clamor for an android version of the app last year that some progress would have been made in that direction. Is there progress in that direction? Please tell me there is progress in that direction.

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  12. OtherSuccesses says:

    To follow up on other commenters. ANDROID!!

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  13. Android App says:

    I’ll go ahead and beat the dead horse too.

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  14. Windu says:

    how about you just make a decent mobile website, enough with the apps.

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  15. BlackOps says:

    Bitching.

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  16. My echo and bunnymen says:

    Yeah, I side with the android app suggestions. I find it sad that a forward thinking and analytical website wouldn’t service the better products.

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  17. Cheapskate says:

    ….and what about those of us who purchased the app on REAL opening day back on 3/28?

    I mean, I didn’t buy it then either… but if I did I’d be upset.

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  18. Colin says:

    Yeah…was hoping an Android app would have been in the mix last year. Definitely expected one this year. My homepage on my Android phone is Fangraphs and the regular site works just fine. But I’d buy an app if it were available.

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  19. Andrew says:

    I think FanGraphs should make an Android app.

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  20. Brad says:

    I agree with all that’s being said…it’s just fundamental business 101…and the reason I wouldn’t hire an accountant from the “Big 10″…’cause…they can’t count the number of schools in their conference!! :)

    Bottom line: Android running on more phones = accessing a larger pool of people spending $$…make the damn android app. or…maybe the powers that be ARE from a “Big 10″ school of accounting and/or business?? :)

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