MFL Platinum 17+

My Fantasy League Mobile App

Ken Pespisa

    • 3.8 • 5 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



MFL Platinum let's you manage your fantasy football leagues from MyFantasyLeague on the go!


***** "After 18 years on [other sites] I found this! I just moved my league here and bringing in my other 31 team owners. The only thing better than the desktop version is the app. Love it on phone and iPad. You are crazy if you are still on another fantasy football site. I wish we found this sooner. Well done! Ease of use UI/UX is light years better than the rest."

***** "All 12 owners use this app as their go to source for our dynasty league. From email slow draft to waivers - trades - lineups. It's does it all and does it better than any fantasy football app I've seen. Thank you and keep on developing !!"

***** "The only MFL app I've encountered that can do everything on the site. Recommend it to everyone."


• Submit your lineup
• View matchups and live scores
• View league standings
• Read and post messages on your league's message board
• Draft players and view draft results
• Read fantasy football news
• Add or drop players
• Waiver and blind-bid waiver requests
• Propose or respond to trade offers
• View and respond to polls
• Chat with the entire league
• Search players by name, team, or position.
• View the Top Adds, Top Owns, or Top Starters filter.
• Commissioners can act on behalf of franchise owners
• View Schedules and Transactions
• Enter your NFL, Fantasy, or Survivor Pool Picks

Add all of your leagues and manage them from one app!

What’s New

Version 2024.1.4

Fixes encoding issue in headlines on player details page

Ratings and Reviews

3.8 out of 5
5 Ratings

5 Ratings

V-kurts ,

Nice app for MFL users

To TimL1982:
Do you realize that this app developer doesn't work for MFL? If you don't like the MFL site that is fine, but this app simply interacts with that site. also, good luck finding a decent fantasy site without adds. I stopped paying CBS $160 a year for that exact reason, and Yahoo/ESPN are no better. MFL takes a little getting used too, but has extremely flexible setup options that work well for my two leagues. If you want easy and basic, go back to Yahoo :)

As for this actual App:
This app is easy to use, easy to set up, and does a nice job helping me manage multiple MFL leagues with ease.

There is room for improvement, but developer has responded to every inquiry I've made, and seems willing to add features and address issues.

Things that would be nice:
-show taxi squad and IR designations on roster and ability to manage them in-app.
-configurable badge notifications for things like new chats or message board topics, successful transactions, or even player news, etc would be cool.

Bored Social Distancer ,

It’s a mystery …

how MFL is so popular as its interfaces are so user unfriendly, including this little dandy of an app. Flexible scoring? Absolutely while clunky to get thru the leagues are highly customizable, if you’re fine working with an interface from 2004. The app is not intuitive at all. Live scoring is not that, so just check the next day. You can check off all the notification boxes off that you want, it doesn’t matter. I have them all checked. If I get 2 notifications a week I’m surprised. No notification, for trade offers. I’ve actually missed offers that I would have accepted. No notification for chat opportunities. No waiver claim notification. I did get a random one that told me an offer, that I didn’t know was there, was revoked. So bravo to that. If you are constantly in your inbox MFL may be sufficient for your needs. If you only it check once a day or less (like me), look elsewhere. If my team weren’t competitive, I’d be out in a heartbeat.

nickname1765432 ,

Gets the job done, but not proudly

- live scoring regularly doesn’t work
- times and days of games have been wrong several times this year
- news is sparse, delayed, and sometimes just blatantly incorrect (see Chris Carson news today)
- many league members find it challenging to navigate and not user friendly
- its a pay site, that then runs ads, that runs ads over important information. If we’re paying, get rid of the ads. If you want ads, it should be free to us. I don’t care that you don’t work for MFL. They pay you to develop the app. To the user, it doesn’t matter who works for who. We pay money, this thing should work.
- player stats within the player bio often have glitches with incomplete data on the stat lines

It’s really not a great site or app. There are a few features our league needs that are only offered on MFL. That’s nice. But generally, espn, yahoo, and cbssportsline all have better sites, better apps, and they don’t ask us to pay for them. Step up your game.

Developer Response ,

I appreciate the feedback, but do want to make it clear I do not work for MFL and they do not pay me to develop my app. I created this app because I'm a fan of MFL and their platform.

BTW, the bug where ads were appearing centered on iPads has been fixed and the update will be available very soon.

App Privacy

The developer, Ken Pespisa, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Used to Track You

The following data may be used to track you across apps and websites owned by other companies:

  • Identifiers

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


  • Family Sharing

    Some in‑app purchases, including subscriptions, may be shareable with your family group when Family Sharing is enabled.

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