Jun 142012
 

We’re back … and still talking about smartphone apps.

But instead of talking about what we wish they did, or what they ought to do, let’s dive into a list of existing DDO-related apps that you can download right now.

Not something we wish for but actual go-get-them-they-are-available-now DDO apps for your Android or iPhone.

I don’t want to play favorites here, so I am just listing each app in the order returned by the search page.

[Edit] Windows phone apps added and thank you to Silken-Akira who pointed out that I had forgotten them.

Warning: Some of the links may not work if you don’t have iTunes or a Google account.


Android Apps


DDO Sage

By Lively Spark

Description
An encyclopedia for Dungeons & Dragons Online: Eberron Unlimited (DDO).

App page


DDO Reaver’s Fate Solver

By JayDubya

Description
This app gives you the minimal move solution for the Reaver’s Fate Mastermind puzzle

App page


Shroud Lights Out

By JayDubya

Description
This is my version of the DDO (Dungeons and Dragons Online) Shroud puzzle and solver. All 4 configurations (Circle, 3×3, 4×4 and 5×5) are supported, and you can edit, play and solve the puzzles as much as you want.

I use it when I’m playing DDO, to set up the 5×5 and solve it quickly.

App page


DDO DQ1 Riddle Solver

By JayDubya

Description
This eldritch tome will aid you in your quest to defeat the Demon Queen. When she presents you with her Riddle of the Path, use this device to divine her secrets, and drive her to oblivion!

App page


DDO Fastest Times

By Hunta

Description
An overview of the number of times set by any one guild or server. View times overall, total and before or after an update.

App page


Kobolds of the Crystal Cove

By JayDubya

Description
Soundboard for the delightful DDO Adventure ‘The Crystal Cove’. Now with downloadable ringtones and notifications.

App page


Iphone Apps


DDO Library

By Oleg Titinski



Description

This application provides information about Spells, Ingredients, Collectables, Classes and Races for Dungeons and Dragons Online.

App page


DDOHerald

By Oleg Titinski



Description

DDOHerald is a combined Dungeons and Dragons ONLINE- Ebberon Unlimited™ game server status and myDDO character viewer app in one package. Character information is currently limited to game characters on the North American servers ONLY.

App page


TR Solver

By Terry Rice


Description

TR Solver will help you solve Mastermind-like puzzles like the doomsday device in The Reaver’s Fate quest in Dungeons and Dragons Online.

App page



Windows Phone Apps


DDO Atlas

By Fuzzy Wombat Studio

Description
Ever been lost in the back of Sorrowdusk island? Need to find that last explorer point in the desert? We at Fuzzy Wombat feel your pain!

No longer will you wander the wilds of Eberon alone! The DDO Atlas will guide you to treasures untold and adventures for only the most brave at heart. It also allows you to track your progress and make sure you maximize your experience in the outdoor areas of Dungeons and Dragons Online!

App page


Kobold Soundboard

By Fuzzy Wombat Studio

Description
This app plays the sounds of the kobold from the Crystal Cove adventure in DDO. Remember, Kobold Hate You!

App page


So there you have it, the complete catalog of DDO-related apps available for Android , iPhone and Windows Phone. Some of the apps appear to be better maintained than others, for instance DDO Library looks to have stopped getting updates somewhere around Update 8.

Yet, an interesting selection of solver, resource materials and fun. Enjoy!

🙂 😀 🙂


Series Recap:
  • In part 1 of this series we discussed why mobile apps would be such a good thing for DDO, and for Turbine
  • In part 2 of this series we discussed how a mobile DDO inventory management system might work
  • In part 3 of this series we looked at all of the existing DDO-related apps for Android and the iPhone

  12 Responses to “Eleven existing DDO apps for the iPhone/Droid/Windows Phone (part 3 of the DDO app series)”

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  1. Very cool! Thanks for putting them in one place.

  2. I have 4 out of 6 Android apps on my phone, does that say anything about me?
    Next one to download will be the Geoff-app!

  3. Nice! Now when I’m at work I can actually be productive and practice my Shroud puzzling skills. Well, between sneaking in a quest or five along the way (hurray for jobs with downtime)! XD

  4. We’re a bit lacking on apps for the iPhone compared to the Android.. ‘sigh’ if I could just stop playing this damn game long enough to write some of them!! lol

    Or I could talk the missus into getting an android 🙂

  5. got the ddo sage/looks like a great pocket research tool… might get the puzzles too/at least those games will pay off ingame/lol.

    Thank you dear friend, and keep the community alive we grow stronger under pressure/salute.

  6. Already using the Shroud App (when needed) and have most of the others…still a toon maintenance app would be the bomb!

  7. stopped using ddo liberary (on the ipad) because it indeed stopped being updated. Alsohave the bad luck of having a windows phone from work, nothing usefull there (but hey it is free.
    actually about apps on smartphones/ipad. I am also surprised that wizards of the coast don’t have a kind of app that would give their source books with a handy serachfunction and markers and such. I know a lot of DM’s that would love that. I use D20 rules at the moment but it is limited in what it offers but already .

  8. Actually, does anybody know how to contact JayDubya who has done several Android Apps? I’d really like to do the Shroud Light’s Out and Demon Queen Riddle for iPhone and Windows phones, but don’t want to ‘step on his toes’ if he’s intending to provide them for those platforms himself. His app page and web site from the link has no way to contact him.

    Cheers!

  9. @tor: I’d try a PM on the forums. He is active there and his forum name is also jaydubya. http://forums.ddo.com/member.php?u=27086

  10. Thanks for that. PM it is 🙂

  11. Only just noticed this series of posts. Thanks for the DDO Sage mention. 🙂

    I just thought I’d throw in that if Turbine did ever release an API you would definitely see more Android apps from me.

    I also think the main reason you’re seeing more fan apps for Android than iPhone/iPad is that the cost to develop for Android is a lot lower. You’d have to be pretty dedicated to pay the $100 a year just to list your fan app on Apple’s App Store.

What do you think?

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