The ESO App

The ESO App

By Andrew Carlton

  • Category: Reference
  • Release Date: 2015-12-13
  • Current Version: 2.7.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 60.03 MB
  • Developer: Andrew Carlton
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.1 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 261 Reviews)
  • Price:
    $1.99
The ESO App App Ratings: 4.5
4.5
Total 261 Reviews

The ESO App App Description

The essential companion app for The Elder Scrolls Online community. Explore Tamriel. Dive into Delves. Browse the Library. Find lore books, skyshards and delves, easily either using the region maps or our in-built search option. Mark off your crafting research. Create and store builds. This app does not use internet once downloaded. So no more long load times or incorrect positions. All lorebooks locations come with a short description to help you locate those hard to find books. We hope you enjoy and please leave a review!! Follow us on Instagram @the_eso_app to keep up to date with all the latest news. Nexu Industries Australia www.nexuindustries.com info@nexuindustries.com @nexu_industries This is an unofficial application with no affiliations to ZeniMax or Bethesda.

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The ESO App App Reviews

  • Review

    4
    By faelandefas
    Love the app it’s very helpful. My only complaint is there isn’t a pub dungeon section with detailed boss locations. If there is I’m missing it hard. Regardless it’s great. Would recommend.
  • Handy

    5
    By sarious6
    Really neat app, though logging in with eso-database didn't work. Edit: it’s been quite some time and logging in still doesn’t work. Edit 2: Tried it again on 12/23/18 and everything finally works. Not sure when it was fixed but it’s a 5 star app now.
  • Love but

    5
    By Archangel_Daikon
    Love this app. It’s amazing and makes it so easy to track all myCharacters and what I’m doing on each just wish there was a collection for my furniture blueprints.
  • Must have for ESO

    5
    By Christopher 1977
    Where to start?! The maps are incredibly detailed. You can zoom in on a city to see (for example) which building a skyshard is located in. The map icons (all of which can be toggled on or off) shows you where every treasure map location, mundus stone, wayshrine, lore book, special items (like everything you need to “acquire” to complete Kari’s Hit List for the Thieves Guild), etc. can be found. Delve and Public Dungeon maps help you find all the bosses and skyshards. The alchemy lab/recipe finder takes all the guesswork out of crafting potions. The set finder tells you everything you need to know to gear up any character (stats and where to find the set pieces, for example). And soooooo much more! Can you find all this with Google? Sure. But having all of this information readily accessible in 1 app is extremely convenient. IMO, it’s well worth the price for any ESO fan!
  • Great App

    5
    By AdamFerrell00
    It’s a great companion app for those who google every question or location of items or specific things. Easy to use and extremely helpful.
  • Great app... just one thing

    4
    By SóEu
    Really love your app, it’s so useful for finding lore books and skyshards. And for tracking the motifs I still need and the recipes I know... but... with the last update, the map icon at the bottom of the Character Achievements page now covers the total recipe count known :( If that could be adjusted so it no longer covers up these totals, that would be greatly appreciated! Update 11/12/2018: Thank you for the fix!! 11/23/2018: please add Clockwork City and Summerset recipes to recipe tracker? Thanks!
  • A wish to track furnishing recipes

    4
    By mergadeth
    This app is almost perfect for me. I like being able to track everything in one place and check off things as I go. However! I really really wish they would add or make a companion app to track craftable furnishing recipes. I play on console and this would be super useful.
  • Great for tracking, but can’t sync between devices.

    4
    By Chammpi
    Great app for tracking skyshards, lore books, delves, etc.. When I want to check off a newly discovered item, sometimes my phone is nearby, and sometimes my iPad. I have ESO app on both and am logged into ESO database, but the two devices do not sync with each other. Would give 5 stars if the app would sync between devices. Any help Devs?
  • Not intuitive

    2
    By s40970
    The app requires a users guide. Kinda seems like good apps don’t need that. Guess they’d rather just leave a salty comment in their FAQ’s than do anything to improve the UI.
  • Awesome new update

    4
    By slipk0
    The addition of the striking locales brings this app one step closer to completion. Public dungeon group events aren’t on the maps yet. Would be helpful to have those too. Dungeons and trials would be an awesome addition as well. In those two specific cases, locations of potential heavy sacks and chests would be nice. I have noticed the Vvardenfell blacksmithing survey is missing.

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