I would really dig:
An initiative tracker and/or condition tracker.
A way to post to boards a little easier w/o having to use code. the [ and ] marks make it pretty time consuming.
If a cross-platform digital tabletop is too much to ask for, could there be a way to use Paizo-created maps via Google Drive/Play some other service that could then be shared across users? I run a couple of online PBP games, and the trickiest thing is always an easy to run battle map. One where I could move icons, but folks couldn't necessarily download the background image, thus keeping them accessible for those that pay for them. Me hand drawing maps takes a wicked long time, and I don't want to violate the CUP.
Also, though this is on Goblinworks, an App that tracks things for PFO: character status, stores, properties, etc.
|Vigil RPG Superstar 2011 Top 16|
Hi, Canuckistani user here. At our game table almost everyone has a BlackBerry as their primary device - aside from one fellow with an iPhone. However, as BlackBerry's likely only a small percentage of your total user base, may I be so bold as to recommend you build an Android tablet app and port it over to the new BlackBerry 10/BlackBerry Tablet 2 system with RIM's tools? https://developer.blackberry.com/android/
Yes, you can do that - just repackage your Android-built App for BlackBerry users as well. Apparently the process is relatively painless! Apparently.
And in case you want statistics at the table... I myself have a Torch 9810 and a PlayBook 32; other members have I do believe two Curves - though I don't recall which editions, and two Bolds, one I know is a 9700, and the other I believe is a 9900. Also another PlayBook and a Windows Tab running 7.
|Matthew Morris RPG Superstar 2009 Top 32, 2010 Top 8|
|Dennis Baker Contributor, RPG Superstar 2010 Top 16|
|Brian E. Harris|
Android Phone (please specify in thread)
Android Tablet (please specify in thread)
Other (please specify in thread)
Voted for myself and my group, who all, like me, shift between GM and player.
For the specifics on the last three options:
Android Phone = Motorola Droid, Samsung Galaxy Nexus
Android Tablet = 2x Motorola Xoom, 1x Samsung Galaxy Tab
Other = 2x HP TouchPad (WebOS, not hacked Android), Palm Pre (WebOS)
We're a big mix of stuff. HP sold a lot of TouchPads, which seems to have reinvigorated WebOS, but I'm not making any predictions about the viability of that platform at this time.
iOS and Android, though, seem a requirement for any apps.
|Matt J Harris|
|Grand Moff Vixen|