- Interface looks great, clean, looks sophisticated and overall very polished
- Very nice to be able to have a "wotbstars" on the phone. If I ever need to check my stats while connected to Wireless and not Wi-Fi, this is great.
- I can see all my vehicles in garage, all vehicles I've owned, etc., with their stats and Mastery levels.
- Nice to be able to see my Friends' stats at a glance as well. Puts a bit of meaning into adding people as friends in-game.
Now, I know this might be asking a lot, but I would like to see tech trees and the in-game store in the Blitz Assistant app. I like to schedule and plan out all of my goals, long term and short, and if I look at my module research and tank research schedule, I currently have plans set for the next three months. Sometimes when I am planning I like to look at the tech tree and determine prices, estimated time to grind, etc. However, since Wi-Fi is not universally accessible, especially while on the bus or car, I would like to be able to see the tech tree, see tank stats and prices and module prices, etc. on the Blitz Assistant app.
Also, it would be good for WG if they had a little pull down menu or something that lists all of the Bundles and current discounts offered in the in-game store.
And as a final suggestion/request, I would like to be able to have clan information and such in the Blitz Assistant app: clan rankings, member counts, etc. Pretty much most of the clan information that is available in-game, but not the Clan Supply thing that WG added in 2.5 and slightly private information such as member stats and stuff. You shouldn't be able to apply to a clan through the Blitz Assistant app either.
Just some ideas that I threw out, I'd really like to commend WG for this nice app.
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