I agree that the item lists are something to be desired. When I look for cloth, I don't want to see every cloth piece. Please, at least break it down by slot.Also, I was disappointed that I could not click on an item and in the paper doll and "find upgrade".So, wowhead, when is your iPhone app coming out?
I doubt Blizzard solely has the community's interest at heart, providing an app for free that others were charging for. There has to be some angle.
I noticed a distinct lack of faction reputation information and statistics. It would seem like this is not a complete replacement for the armory, although it does allow faster access to much of the data.
FINALLY a good WoW App! I love this :D
nice very nice... now time for google's Android app:)
Yeah, I came across this yesterday while I was armory'ing a fail Hunter from my Nexus pug. Very intuitive little app; speedy, functional, yet concise so can't really argue at all.BTW, I'm on iPod Touch.
Very functional... I would like to be able to filter searches better, and be able to save talent builds. Other than that, works just fine.
After hearing about this application, I went straight to the App Store and downloaded for my iPhone.Gotta say it's pretty nice, now I can pug check straight from my Phone instead of having to alt+tab away from WoW.
Damn, why does Blizz make everything for the iPhone? Do they have a some kind of deal with Apple?If this continues like this, I have to buy one...
This basically combines the Warcraft Chest, WoW Characters, and Talent Calculator app and combines them in a much more streamline and faster app. I wonder how the devs of those three apps feel about this, now that their apps are obsolete...
I have gotten this app, and im very happy with it. Very fast and im bored at work so an another thing i can do on my iphone :P