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4-18-2011 @ 8:11PM
There's a HUGE issue with this."The World of Warcraft Mobile Armory app is available as a free download from the App Store for iPhone and iPod touch."I don't see the word Android in that, and they're referring to the Mobile ARMORY app which android platforms do not have yet. Thanks blizz. You're a real tease.
4-18-2011 @ 8:20PM
I'm using the mobile armory app on my Android.
4-18-2011 @ 8:26PM
Oooo your comment makes me so maaaa.... Wait... You be Trolling me. There is the Droid Armory app made by the creator of the addon Talented, but blizzard hasn't released their Armory app for Android which would have this new feature. In the words of the great Frostheim I challenge you with this:http://youtu.be/JflT8j6nU_I
4-18-2011 @ 8:49PM
My bad, I wasn't trolling, just reading comprehension challenged-I was thinking of the AH app as i was using it when I started reading this. Old age is a painful thing sometimes :P My bad
4-18-2011 @ 8:50PM
Being an Android user I would think you were used to disappointment.
4-18-2011 @ 11:50PM
I agree with you there. I really like my Android phone, and I would like Blizzard to realize not all of the customers are using Apple products. Yes they are great, but not everyone is the same
4-19-2011 @ 1:24AM
If you don't think the smartphone of choice for the majority of WoW players is an iPhone... Well then you're more narrow minded than you think Blizzard is.
4-19-2011 @ 1:49AM
@FoxfyrI just did a quick survey of my guild to see what kind of smart phones people have. Out of about 75 members online, I only had 9 iPhones and I had 28 Droids (The rest was a mix of not responding, non-smartphones, and a few BlackBerry phones). I personally use a Droid, and of the 10 people I know IRL that play WoW and have smartphones, only 2 use iPhones, while the rest is 7 Droids and 1 BlackBerry. This is obviously only anecdotal, but it certainly seems like they're missing a pretty big market here.
4-19-2011 @ 3:03AM
@FoxfyrThe Android OS has more users than iOS, so it's a safe assumption that most people playing WoW that use a smartphone are using a phone that utilizes Android.
4-19-2011 @ 7:30AM
So get a real phone. :) lol
4-19-2011 @ 12:52PM
Considering the socio-economic differences between the average iOS user and the average Android user, I'd have to agree. It makes sense to cater to the broadest audience (and isn't that what Blizzard is doing with WoW? *cough* Wrath *cough*).
4-19-2011 @ 6:03PM
Actually, the remote guild chat-feature is coming to Android phones as well, via the World of Warcraft Remote-App currently in the Android Market. They even mention it on the Blizzard site: http://us.battle.net/wow/en/services/wow-remote/ - Now available on iPhone, iPod touch, and coming soon on AndroidResearch first, post later!
4-19-2011 @ 7:10PM
Apparently this app was pulled from the Android Market. I just saw it last week and people were being irritable because they couldn't log in with it yet.. which led me to look up and locate the official pre announcement Blizz made about the entire thing in the first place. The app was there on the Android Market, and now it's not.
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