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6-05-2008 @ 1:22PM
There is definitely a market for this kind of thing out there. Obviously, it wouldn't be too deep in terms of the content it provides (what guild would be okay with members raiding via a cell phone?), but there is enough of what you could theoretically do in order to make a minimalist program feasible.For example, providing a mobile AH program that lets you organize, buy, and sell items via the Auction House. Tied into this would be the WoW mailing system, allowing players to send and receive messages and items while mobile. Taking that a step further, how great would it be to be able to craft items and prep for raiding right from your mobile phone? That would tie the AH and Mailbox scenarios together and actually provide a very useful service I could definitely see people using.And of course, there would be the always-necessary chat options to go with them. =)There is definitely some potential here, so hopefully we see the suits at Blizzard taking this road in the short future.
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