FanGraphs iPhone App, $0.99 Sale!

For a limited time the FanGraphs iPhone app is on sale for $0.99.

Existing and new owners of the app will also find the 2011 Bill James projections in the player pages. I can also confirm that the app will include live and updated data for the 2011 season.




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David Appelman is the creator of FanGraphs.


32 Responses to “FanGraphs iPhone App, $0.99 Sale!”

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  1. Brian says:

    Android?

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  2. Jim says:

    Hey guys, just a suggestion, but would it be possible to include something in the app that allows you to read articles? I bought the app a while back, and while it’s really helpful for stats, it’d be nice to be able to read articles straight from it.

    +29 Vote -1 Vote +1

  3. Kirsh says:

    I think I’ll buy this. Cool.

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  4. Locke says:

    Android pleaseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

    +15 Vote -1 Vote +1

  5. CJH88 says:

    I don’t know if I will ever use it, but at the very least I’ll consider it a 99 cent donation to this great site.

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  6. Scott says:

    Droid app would be awesome, I’d like to flip between my MLB atbat and my live win probability.

    +12 Vote -1 Vote +1

  7. Zobmie says:

    Another vote for an Android version.

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  8. al says:

    Andriod app is a must!!!!!!!!!!

    +14 Vote -1 Vote +1

  9. Jason B says:

    Can I get the data in a handsome set of a dozen 5 1/4 inch floppy disks? I need something to do on my Commodore 64 besides playing “Montazeuma’s Revenge”.

    +13 Vote -1 Vote +1

  10. Rob says:

    a hundred votes for being able to read articles on the app!!!

    +6 Vote -1 Vote +1

  11. Eric says:

    I thought Android users overtook iPhone users. Why are we still treated like bastard children?

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    • deadpool says:

      Nope, Android Sales accounted for like 27% of the smart phone market last year to 23% for the iPhone. There are still twice as many iPhones out there as Androids. Also, it doesn’t look like that trend will hold. While everybody I’ve talked to loves their droids, Android is only projected to get 70% or so return customers, and without planned obsolesence like Apple builds into the iPhones that’ll come over a 3 year span, while Apple projects to get 85% return business and a huge chunk of that will come in a year.

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      • Schu says:

        70% return customers? What are the other 30% going to do? Buy obsolete and overly restricted iphones? Please. Once you go android there’s no going back.

        Apple sure does make nicely packaged and overpriced paperweights though. Appeals to the people with degrees in Eng Lit or psychology running around.

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      • DavidCEisen says:

        Non-Apple users are always so defensive. ‘Jail breaking’ an iPhone is both extremely easy and legal if you are so inclined.

        Personally, I find both Droids and iPhones to be amazing phones, but I prefer the iPhone. This could be because I’m much more familiar with iPhones and Apple products, but it does everything I need it to do.

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      • Bill says:

        I can’t see Apple being the number one smart phone maker for long. The bottom end Android phones and tablets are too cheap. I don’t see why they wouldn’t be the smartphone of choice for the developing world. I love my Droid and the advantages an open OS offer, but IOS is clearly superior at this time. It’s markedly faster and easier to use. Nearly all of its limitations are forced onto it for business reasons, not engineering reasons. All the productivity applications available on Android are available on IOS plus other ones. One can be just as productive with an Iphone as with an Android device. It is by no means be limited to Eng. Lit or Psych majors. I’m an Electrical Engineer and I think the Iphone is the most important invention of the 21st century thus far.

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      • Eric R says:

        “Nope, Android Sales accounted for like 27% of the smart phone market last year to 23% for the iPhone. There are still twice as many iPhones out there as Androids. ”

        Plus atleast for now, you have a pretty sizeable iPad community who can use the iPhone apps; those Android tabs are going to be trickling in, but Apple has like an eight million user edge right now…

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      • CircleChange11 says:

        Apple sure does make nicely packaged and overpriced paperweights though. Appeals to the people with degrees in Eng Lit or psychology running around.

        Apparently, iphone users aren’t the only ones that view their ECD as a status symbol or character-identifying item.

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  12. Neil says:

    Throw a Zune owner a bone here?

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  13. Jimmy says:

    Blackberry.

    Please.

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  14. Nick V says:

    Another vote for Android.

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  15. Kevin says:

    I’ve been waiting for a long time to see an android app made for fangraphs, really liked the one for the ipod. Would be willing to pay for a droid one

    +6 Vote -1 Vote +1

  16. Daniel says:

    I completely confer with the Android opinion. Please!

    +5 Vote -1 Vote +1

  17. Dave says:

    Android please….and even better a response from the powers that be here that you even acknowledge us or are/are not planning an Android release – thanks!

    +9 Vote -1 Vote +1

  18. Russ Jones says:

    Innate had the app for some time and I think that it is very good. Having the articles would be great but the mobile site allows for easy reading of articles.

    How about making the app OS4 compatible? In it’s current version, the app must be restarted if you leave it for another app. It doesn’t take advantage of the multi tasking on the iPhone 4. Kind of annoying to have to reboot especially if you are following a game.

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  19. Randy says:

    This is the only app I would pay for if it was for android.

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