My phone is a Samsung GALAXY S III, and my tablet is a Samsung Series 7 Slate PC.
I tend to always have the Slate at the table, because I use Hero Lab instead of a printed out character sheet. I haven't used the phone in a game yet (though I've also only owned it for a week).
I do have a copy of iCrit and iFumble, but we haven't, as yet, used those rules in a game (either from the phone, or from the card decks, which we also have).
In addition to a universal iOS app, I think an online (HTML5?) version would be nice so it wouldn't need to be specific to any device. Online access would be requirement, of course. The ability to then export to the mobile device of our choice (running the app) would be helpful as well.
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I use an iPad 2 3G and an ASUS notebook to run games. It is going to be hard for Paizo to get into the apps. I use hero labs for combat. I would love to see AP, modules and the like to be data packs that plug straight into hero lab.
I wish you luck and look forward to what you produce. I would suggest that you create apps for PC!!!
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|Aketh the Everlasting|
|gbonehead Owner - House of Books and Games LLC|
I mostly use an iPad now, but I still sometimes use my phone -- a Motorola Atrix (more for other games than for PF; there's a GURPS app and some general use, but gaming friendly, apps from Android that I haven't found equals to on iTunes). I have a Kindle Fire, but the iPad has eclipsed it for gaming use.
For iCrit and iFumble, the ability to generate multiple results at once (per the rules for high critical multiplier weapons) would be great. If not that, then maybe a history of past results -- so I could look back at the last few results for those situations.
(Note: I believe my players would like to thank you for iCrit, as a timely result was probably the difference between a TPK and a PC victory this last weekend. Four PCs down, one second level monk/wizard with Str damage left standing, versus one fully healthy choker.)
What I'd like: I have a PF SRD app, but it's not quite totally satisfying. A better version would be great; no reason it couldn't be an official Paizo app.
You could also help Lone Wolf get an iPad version of Hero Lab out; that would be beyond awesome. :)
|Weren Wu Jen|
I own a Samsung Galaxy Note. 5.3", Android 2.3, 1280x800 screen.
I own a Blackberry Playbook. 7", can run Android 2.3 software, 1024x600 screen.
I don't use either at the gaming table, amongst two gaming groups but I can offer that nobody we hang with have iDevices; it's all Android here. Were something compelling written, I could be interested.
|Benchak the Nightstalker Contributor, RPG Superstar 2010 Top 8|
I have a Kindle Fire. I would love to be able to access the iFumble and iCrit on the Fire.
In addition I'd love just about any app that makes refrencing things in game easy as my CRB frequently is not near me when I need to refrence something quickly.
Something like the PRD only in APP form would be heaven sent for my table and planning as my mother and roommate borrow my books to work on their characters. And in my mom's case to work on her campaign.
iPad or, in a pinch, iPhone. But we use laptops at the table too and boy it'd be convenient to use these - I own iFumble and iCrit and see no reason to also run them there... I have a Mac but the other guys in my group have PCs.
Samsung Galaxy W Phone and Transformer Prime Tablet.
Not impressed by the design philosophy or price/value ratio on iPhones/iPads, and I have yet to be impressed by a windows phone/tablet in terms of how well it functions enough that I would ever consider buying any of the ones that have been released so far.
Windows or Linux PC.
I have a Motorola Xoom, and apps for it would be nice.
The forthcoming Windows 8 tablet looks interesting.
What apps would I like to see?
Something that makes the Face Cards available for me to show my players would be nice. I don't use special criticals or fumbles in my games, so I have no interest in apps for that.
An app to handle Knowledge checks would be nice.. but it would also require more specific rules around what information to reveal based on the results of the roll.
I am honestly more interested in seeing clients for Fantasy Grounds II, d20Pro, MapTools, or other VTT programs (not that I expect Paizo to make them). As far as more general digital products go, the Face Cards would make ideal portraits/tokens for PCs in the VTT applications, if they could be published for use with appropriate safeguards.