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Posted: May 16th 2010 8:44PM BelShamharoth said

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You forgot iClone for EVE. Along with normal functions, it can display market-order status, wallet transactions, and industry job status, along with a full item database, and the ability to do all the same for Corp and Alliance wallets, orders, and jobs.

It's a nice app to complement Capsuleer.

http://www.iclone.org.uk/

Posted: May 16th 2010 8:49PM (Unverified) said

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I would love you if you wrote the same article but with Windows Mobile apps :P

Posted: May 16th 2010 9:35PM v3rn said

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I've been waiting for the Fallen Earth app. I wish we had an exact date. And I hope at some point they made an iPad version as well.

Posted: May 17th 2010 9:39AM ed anger said

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with 70% of FE's dev team let go, I'd be surprised if the iPhone app is still on track.
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Posted: May 16th 2010 10:21PM ZachDude said

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Any of these going to be on, or already released for android?

Posted: May 16th 2010 10:24PM Beau Hindman said

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I'm wanting to see this column a year from now, or heck even 6 months from now. I wonder, now that there are actual MMOs coming out for the mobile market, what is next?

Lucky Dan gets to cover it! :) Exciting stuff for sure.

Beau

Posted: May 17th 2010 1:26AM ZachDude said

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No doubt. Check to see if there are any mmos on android about once a week. It will happen eventually.
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Posted: May 16th 2010 11:15PM (Unverified) said

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I second the request for Android coverage. Android passed up Iphone in U.S. market share last quarter so please expand to this OS.

Posted: May 17th 2010 8:16AM DarthCheese said

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I agree, Android coverage would be much appreciated!
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Posted: May 17th 2010 7:30PM Darkdust said

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Yes yes! Android next! :)
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Posted: May 17th 2010 2:34AM kazamxi said

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Another one asking for Android coverage here/

Posted: May 17th 2010 10:46AM (Unverified) said

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ditto
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Posted: May 17th 2010 3:05AM algiebba said

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Another request for Android here. For Eve players, definitely check out Aura on Android; it does skill planning, market tracking, and all that good stuff.

Posted: May 17th 2010 7:31PM Darkdust said

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I've been playing with Aura quite a bit and really like it so far. Seems like every day I find something else to like about it.
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Posted: May 17th 2010 10:03AM v3rn said

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The FE dev team isn't making the app. It's an outside company who is doing it.

Posted: May 17th 2010 10:42AM Inspectah said

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Also left out the LOTRO one thats similar to the herald.

Posted: May 17th 2010 10:42AM Inspectah said

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oh yea just realized you said this was the first of two parts. >
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Posted: May 17th 2010 2:50PM Azzura said

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I used Capsuleer a lot - You can put in all your toons. Warns you when your have less than 24 hours of training left. Shows all your skills and times to train each level. Can show every skill in the game. Server status, RSS Eve Feeds: Official and others blogs. Perfect to keep track of training and dream of your next couple skills to train.

Posted: May 17th 2010 4:33PM (Unverified) said

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Android has also started to out number the the iphone over here in the UK, the rest of europe is also heading the same way.

An article or two on cross platform and non iphone app's might be appreciated by your readers, sadly the mac obsessed press and blogosphere seems reluctant.

Posted: Jun 4th 2010 1:41PM (Unverified) said

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just want to comment on the android side - some mis info is happening in these comments. (and I love android)

android sales for Q1-2010 exceeded iphone sales for Q1-2010 - Android did not pass iPhone in total handsets. it will probably take until late 2011 or early 2012 for their to be more active android sets than iphone. their pace is amazing right now because there hasn't been a new iPhone in over a year - but when the next iphone version somes out - that will slow the growth delta for 6 months or so.

currently android is 3rd in total US smartphone handsets (RIM and iPhone being 1 and 2)

i love andoid and where it is going - but it's still a small % of the overall smartphone market - but it is the future.

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