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I just got a samsung tablet.

I was wondering if anyone knew any usefull apps that could help during a game? Dice rollers, random [insertthinghere] generators, intiative tracking...

Currently I'm trying to get pdfs of the books on it.

Also this could be like a list for other people to look for pathfinder-usefull apps for their samsung tablets.


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HNNNNNNG wrote:

I just got a samsung tablet.

I was wondering if anyone knew any usefull apps that could help during a game? Dice rollers, random [insertthinghere] generators, initiative tracking...

Currently I'm trying to get pdfs of the books on it.

Also this could be like a list for other people to look for pathfinder-useful apps for their samsung tablets.

Oh hai~,

That's an android tablet, correct?

The ones I use are:
Dice Bag (Free) - A great dice roller that lets you roll custom groups of dice. It's invaluable for high-level campaigning.

Pathfinder Compendium (Free) - An easy to search compilation of all of the Pathfinder spells. It's very, very nice and pretty too.

Masterwork Tools: Pathfinder Open Refrence (Free) - The whole PAthfinder SRD at your fingertips. It's kinda ugly, but it has everything there

iCrit and iFumble (payed) The cards in button format. Very nice and straight from Paizo

qPDF and Adobe Reader (Free) - Two very good PDF readers for larger files

Shadow Lodge

If you check HERE and do a search, you will find several threads of people asking pretty much the same thing. (They'll probably move this to that section soon anyway.

I use a spellbook app, Summoner, and a PRD app. I'd use more apps (there's quite a few out there) but my tablet runs an older android version, so many don't work.


Dot. planning on getting a tablet soon...

There is also a Pathfinder Spell Book app that is Free. It is pretty decent besides the occasional error (nothing of consequence) and the spells with Tables aren't easy to read. At least on a phone they aren't.


Using the PFRPG RD (payed but cheap), ifumble (cheap) and Pathfinder Spell Compendium.

PFRPG RD is a nice compendium of all open source pathfinder books, well sortet and fast loading.

Ifumbel brings a lot of fun to the table by giving "fumbel effects" if you roll a 1 (from simple "you hit the nearest target, to you crit, but your weapon breaks (also for ranged, natural and spell fumbles)

Pathfinder Spell Compendium is a spellbook where yu can choose your class, mark the spells you memorized for the day/know, including all Spell details & description. Very handy for spellcasters.

I still looking for a Hex Map Tool, where I can track the progression of my Kingmaker Campaign. :)

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