SquadQL - Fantasy Sports

SquadQL - Fantasy Sports

By RotoQL

  • Category: Sports
  • Release Date: 2017-08-14
  • Current Version: 3.1.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 27.48 MB
  • Developer: RotoQL
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 2.5
2.5
From 332 Ratings

Description

SquadQL is brought to you by the creators of RotoQL, the leading daily fantasy tool trusted by over 50,000 players including top pros. RotoQL was founded by Saahil Sud, the world's number one ranked DFS player. Download now to dominate your fantasy football league this season! SquadQL is an all-in-one app that provides the best starting lineup, personalized news, player research and more! All personalized based on your league’s settings! Step 1: Connect your CBS, ESPN and Yahoo leagues to import your roster, league settings and more. Step 2: We will recommend the best starting lineup based on your starters, bench players, and free agent pool. We also personalize the news so you only get updates that matter to you. Lastly, you can conduct in-depth player research if that's your thing. Step 3: Sit back and relax. Victory is just a few clicks away. According to Forbes, SquadQL was "a necessity for all fantasy football team owners." We like to think of it as an unfair advantage to dominate your season-long fantasy leagues! To unlock our optimizer, player research and more, subscribe to SquadQL Premium. This service is a $8.99 monthly renewing subscription that will be charged to your iTunes account and the close of a 3-day trial. To cancel, please go to your Account Settings and turn off auto-renew at least 24 hours in advance of your subscription ending. -------------------------------- All personal data is handled under the terms and conditions of RotoQL's privacy policy. More details can be found here: https://www.squadql.com/privacy-policy/ https://squadql.com/terms-conditions/

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Reviews

  • Not worth the money

    1
    By Corvo D'Abruzzo
    I downloaded the app after Week 3, after hearing the “dominate your league” ads on the radio. The app “optimized” my lineup for Week 4 by benching Jared Goff in favor of Eli Manning. That one move cost me the win that week. Since then, letting the app “optimize” my lineup and grabbing waiver and free agent players, I’ve lost Weeks 5 and 6, making me 0-3 since using it. Cancelled the subscription, realizing that it gives no advantages at all, let alone having me “dominate” my league.
  • Not Free!

    1
    By waskiier
    This app is not free. There is only a ONE week free trial, that is not a free app, it is a free trial. False advertising in my book. Sorry, app will be deleted and not recommended to friends and will be emailing the podcast I listen to, to either adjust their live reads or not support this app.
  • Paywall

    1
    By Terry McCord
    This app was great at first allowing me to see what the best moves would be for ROS but everything quickly became unavailable due to it being behind a paywall make the app itself useless.
  • Great app

    5
    By jcs14g
    Best app when it comes to DFS and season long fantasy advice. Thanks Ross tucker you are the smartest and best football podcast out there!
  • Broken

    2
    By Lerrbear
    Optimize lineup feature worked once, now each time I try to use it it just asks me to upgrade by paying for a subscription. Super annoying. Will prob delete if they don’t fix.
  • Wow

    1
    By Vla324190
    Optimizer worked good until you had to pay for it. The ad I got advertised it as being free.
  • False advertising

    1
    By VinnyB2000
    I continuously hear ads on the radio that it optimizes your lineup for free. It does not. As soon as you hit optimize it asks you to pay $9 month or $27 for season. Be carful of cancelling this screen it’s too easy to accidentally make the purchase.
  • Seems good

    3
    By BombBoard96
    It’s nice, just wish it had support for NFL Fantasy Football.
  • Little to go on

    2
    By Rayder1
    I use CBS fantasy football. It shows my players....under an odd heading it shows free agents. I ask for recommended lineup and it suggested two inactive players with no explanation. There’s no box to click on to compare. It’s just a “here’s what we think you should go with” ap. No explanation, no online instructions, no advice, no reason why I should be playing Le’Veon Bell and Nate Peterman when both are not playing this week. The potential scores don’t match up to out league scoring system. I’ll hang onto this app for a few weeks, but unless you are not real good at fantasy football and want someone else to choose your lineups....it’s not good so far.
  • A fair attempt, but I wish I had my $9 back.

    2
    By SdKuAb
    I was intrigued by the way they advertised using the particular scoring rules of your league to make decisions. I was hoping to make use of the trade analyzer to help assess the value of offers... but none of the features have been particularly helpful so far. I’m in a league that requires you to start a full defense and it’s been a real challenge finding reliable information on IDPs... that challenge persists. Some of the recommendations on add/drops are laughable when they suggest dropping a solid defensive performer to pick up a low-end offensive player that would never get a chance at my starting lineup. Finding an equitable trade mixing offensive and defensive players is as mystifying as ever. This app is definitely the type of thing I’m looking for, but I can’t say that it’s worth paying for the advanced features.

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