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Capsuleer for the iPhone

Do you ever sit somewhere away from home without a computer, wondering what your skill training progress is, but were unable to check it? Are you bored to death in a meeting at work and would like read EVE blogs?

While there are some cool PC-based tools out there like EveMon and EveHQ, they require you to have a computer connected to the Internet, and not everyone is carrying around a laptop with an Internet connection everywhere they go. So if you’re an iPhone owner and EVE junkie, you’re in luck, and there is a way for you to check in on your characters from time to time to time to see how things are going.

There’s a free iPhone app called “Capsuleer” that I’ve been using for the last several weeks, and gives me key information that I want about EVE as it happens in realtime without needing to be logged in to the game.

Using Capsuleer, I can use my iPhone to quickly check my skill training progress and see what’s in the queue, get an estimate on what day and time the queue will become empty, check my character’s stats and bank account, and even read posts from other EVE bloggers if I have some time to kill.

While having access to this info isn’t the same as being in-game, it’s a blessing for those that don’t have the luxury of playing EVE all day, and it can help give you that EVE fix and information you want to get when you have a few free moments. The app is well supported and is updated with new features from time to time, and I highly recommend you check it out. And the price can’t be beat: free!

If you want to learn more, I encourage you to visit the Capsuleer website, and you can download it from the iTunes App Store.

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