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12-26-2010 @ 4:07PM
Do you think blizzard with put out an app so you can chat with real id friends on an android/iphone?
12-26-2010 @ 4:23PM
It's a fancy thing called "texting."
12-26-2010 @ 4:48PM
It would be easier to reply to my friends in a chat window than try to text and play.
12-26-2010 @ 5:00PM
Or, now here's a novel idea, you could CALL them and TALK to them. Just sayin'...
12-26-2010 @ 5:06PM
I think he means that one person can be on a phone, off WoW, and you can talk to them if they have an Android/iPhone if you're on WoW. I think it would be a cool idea, but idk if Blizzard would put it very high on their priority list for a while, what with Cataclysm still being new and all.
12-26-2010 @ 5:27PM
I think they need to keep us logged in at the character selection screen and add a chatbox because it gets sort of annoying when people go through their 10 alts checking mail.It's not like Starcraft 2 logs you out at lobby/menu screen, so why should WoW?
12-26-2010 @ 8:21PM
I doubt it. Not while Blizzard wants to define RealID friends as people you know from outside Warcraft (in which case you can just text them).The only RealID friend I have is a guy I met in WoW who left my guild. All my RL friends that play WoW can text me or know my alts and my guildies know my alts.
12-27-2010 @ 2:21AM
the closest thing ive heard like that, and i havent actually seen it, but if you subscribe to the mobile AH service for your phone, i believe you can chat with your guildies, and essentially be in guild chat from your phone
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