Having had some success on Reddit, D3DB, and Giantbomb, I thought I would clue my favorite Diablo Newsite in on a mobile web app I developed called DiabloAH.
Tired of Diablo 3's Auction House lacking some key features, I decided to create an app that mimics one of my favorite addons from WoW (specifically Auctioneer) optimized for mobile devices.
Because there is no API for the Auction House, it does require you to provide some specific details about an item, but, once complete, offers rich features like Comparison Stats, Bid/Buyout Suggestions, and Market Research (a neat feature that compares your item against all other successful sales to determine it's worth).
Today, DiabloAH is much more powerful than the Excel Spreadsheet it began as and has helped me sell over 100 items and make a little under 2.1 million gold (and 4 dollars!) on the AH. And, as of this writing, is being used by hundreds of other players (little over 900).
I do want to mention that this isn't a scam or anything like that. I'm hosting the app on my own dime. It does ask for a username and password, but I don't do anything with them.
It's compatible with any web browser but optimized for the mobile experience (phones and tablets).
Please DO NOT use your BNET Account information. This app is standalone and does not connect to Blizzard's Servers.
More details about the app (as well as screenshots) can be found on it's "About" page:
Recent updates can be found on the "Latest Updates" page:
And, you are also welcome to read the reddit where I first announced the app by visiting:
Introducing DiabloAH (reddit)
I'll gladly answer any questions you might have about the app on here as well. I make little applications like this all the time, but I generally keep them private. This is the first one I sunk a large amount of time into and I wanted to share it. Not to mention, the more users it has, the better it becomes.
Tonight, I pushed Level 7 to the servers which added some advanced features like bogus, invalid data filtering and Bid-Only Auction support.
Edited by Functioning, 25 June 2012 - 06:23 AM.