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EDIT, very out of date, most ability info is highly inaccurate and it’s plain missing a lot of new stuff, sets items etc. Rest of review will apply again provided they update this. This app has everything for eso. Seriously. Everything. Every single little collectible item is in this thing. It also has a pretty decent build creator. I kinda wish it had a filter for collectibles for the map, but somehow the person who made this has made the app extremely intuitive when selecting icons so this isn’t really an issue. An icon can be stacked right on top of another and you can still select either or very easily. The search function is also great, as some items listed in the in game guide aren’t actually in the zones claimed. GG ZOS. This allows you to figure out where the items are actually at in the game. This app also includes set information, has some listed pro builds, a place to save alchemy recipes, ingredient info, etc etc etc etc etc. I used to keep a notebook for eso because the wiki for ESO is kinda clunky and inaccurate at times. This app single handedly replaced my notebook and my need for the wiki. The meager $2 price tag has already saved me hours time fussing with the clunky wiki in the two weeks since I purchased it. It’s that efficient. This was edited from a four star review to a five star.
Using an application with only intuition to go by somewhat detracts from the applications utility. True, this application has great maps and a lot of information but as a personal game tracker, I find it lacking. Perhaps if detailed user instructions, by platform, was provided within the application a more gratifying experience would be possible. I understand the inability to connect to game servers is a definite limitation to automatically tracking on user platforms but a simplified explanation as to how to manually track character aspects would lessen the disappointment. Currently I’m finding I cannot manually enter anything past a character. Map icons aren’t responding. All said though, the myriad of information available in one place makes this a must have application. As a retired system software engineer with years of design experience I appreciate the detail, thus my review is appreciative, but somewhat critical.
Where to start?! The maps are incredibly detailed. You can zoom in on a city to see (for example) which building a skyshard is located in. The map icons (all of which can be toggled on or off) shows you where every treasure map location, mundus stone, wayshrine, lore book, special items (like everything you need to “acquire” to complete Kari’s Hit List for the Thieves Guild), etc. can be found. Delve and Public Dungeon maps help you find all the bosses and skyshards. The alchemy lab/recipe finder takes all the guesswork out of crafting potions. The set finder tells you everything you need to know to gear up any character (stats and where to find the set pieces, for example). And soooooo much more! Can you find all this with Google? Sure. But having all of this information readily accessible in 1 app is extremely convenient. IMO, it’s well worth the price for any ESO fan!
I recently come back to ESO and dusted off this app. I was immediately impressed to see that this app evolved along with ESO and I love it. This is an absolute must for console players wanting to get the most out of the game. I love being able to check off all the big things to do in each zone and keep track of the motifs/recipes I’ve learned on my crafter. The only negatives I’ve seen is that by the nature of the app not being able to connect to your console, it requires your attention and input to keep it updated for your characters. I also do not know how often this app is updated, but there are a few things out of date and some misspellings, but nothing major at all. Overall, worth the price if you’re going to seriously get into ESO. I love it!
There’s a ton of good information on this app. All of the maps and skills and achievements to check off as you go for each character- but sometimes it is a little bit hard to find. The lore books are not in the same organizational pattern as the list in the game so if you’re trying to check one off you’d better know where you found it. If you’re running around with a group and don’t have time to check it off as you find it then you’ll have trouble later. The crafting stuff is spread out with recipes and tools for alchemy in a different place from crafting research. Enchanting isn’t listed that I can find - yeah there’s no research but knowing what the runes mean would be helpful when leveling.
Developed by Andrew Carlton.
The ESO App is ranking in Reference & Entertainment
Last update was at Sep 06, 2021and the current version is 3.1.0.
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The ESO App have a 498a user reviews.