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6-08-2010 @ 7:26AM
If you got a iPhone authenticator linked to your account the remote ah is utterly useless apart from seeing if your auctions have sold yet. If you want to claim your mail you'll need to enter the authenticator code (i haven't testing posting auctions, but i assume it's the same), and if you exit the armory app and get the authenticator code chances are that it'll have expired by the time you enter it (especially if you go through the whole selling process).If that weren't the case i could probably see me using it every now and then.
6-08-2010 @ 8:13AM
If you have the authenticator app installed on your iphone it prompts you with a continue button and then automatically populates when you conduct a transaction which involves currency and it seems to stay logged in for about 5-10 minutes before requesting you enter the code again, which really only means pressing an extra button to automatically migrate the code in. I found this frustrating because I like to use the FOB rather than the iphone, however I found a work aruond by conducting my mobile AH banking on a second account and tied the authenticator app to that account, worked like a charm. all up I'm pretty happy with the app, and besides 2.99 US is about what I pay for the following on an almost daily basis: can of red bull, parking for 4 hours, cup of cofee, 2 new itunes songs, DVD rental/console game rental, tip for the pizza guy etc... Realistically I don't see it being that much extra but then again the ability to check my auctions when I'm at work or at a party is a bonus for me as it cuts down on the time which I have to spend when i get home logging onto my toons and buying/selling, instead I can get all that done while I'm on lunch at work or even if i'm sitting in a boring meeting, then once I get home I have an extra maybe 30 minutes a day to do daily's, dungeons etc.
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