EA has recently dropped the FIFA 17 Companion app for mobile.
The official companion app for FIFA 17 is all about the FUT. The pint-sized UI is designed for quick and easy management of your Ultimate Team club through EA’s proprietary account login. There’s even a mini-game of sorts that’s all about team composition, with shifting targets that give out in-game rewards for a strategically assembled squad. The cross-player Transfer Market is available from the mobile UI, as are (of course) all of the randomized packs and consumables that are extra purchases in the main game.
To get involved with the new companion app, you’ll need to own FIFA 17 on your Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 or PC. From there, you can keep right on top of your FIFA Ultimate Team, building and managing your squad and those all-important transfers.
The app supports devices running Android 4.1 and up, iDevices on iOS 8.2 and higher, or Windows – yes, Windows devices running Windows Phone 8.1 or newer. While it’s free to download, there are a bunch of in-app purchases for items like FIFA Coins which can become quite a slippery slope for the dedicated FIFA supporters.
FIFA 17 companion works with the PC, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4, and PS3 versions of the full game, connecting through your EA account.