#107 My summer experience with the WoW remote app

If the title of this post was a joke, the punchline would be, “There was none”

Rewind to the beginning of the summer, I was young, naive and not totally burned out from WoW. I thought it would be a good idea to reactivate my WoW remote  Auction House app.

Only three dollars a month? That’s the cost of a cup of coffee that I don’t drink 

 

I remembered when I joined beta for the android app trail and  thought it was a cool idea of always being connected to my guild and monitoring the Auction House away from my computer.

With a new summer job and some extra cash I resubscribed to the app to see if I could still use it to it’s full potential. As summer continued I found myself putting less and less items on the Auction House as I played the less of the game itself.

As for the guild chat function, the only time I got messages from the  guild mates was when they were asking me to help them with a tailoring pattern, or asking me for  guild invites from their alts. Activities that I cannot do on my mobile.

 

It also had a weird function of logging me in and out repeatedly when the app was idle.

 

I faced that fact that I am not a big enough Auction House junkie enough to justify using the app to buy and sell goods when I’m away from my laptop and I am not in a guild that is big enough where there is an interesting (non-gaming) conversation happening at any odd hour of the day.

The funny thing is even though I haven’t used the app for weeks now,  I kept forgetting to unsuscribe from app. I have been paying for the past three months, and as the next college year is approaching, I need to find ways to cut my unnecessary spending, and this is the first thing to go.

 

 

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5 responses to “#107 My summer experience with the WoW remote app

  1. I like it but at the same time it can be very useless, i would like to be enable to craft with it to tbh. For example i just had a month off from the game, i forgot to craft a big stack of gems when i left and the once i had got sold already the first week.

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