So you're wondering how your auction for that rare blacksmithing pattern is going, but the game isn't installed on any computers around you. Well, starting right now, you can view the World of Warcraft Auction House from just about anywhere where you have an Internet connection, via the Armory website, the Mobile Armory app for iPhone® and iPod touch®, or the new Remote Auction House app for Android™. We're pleased to announce that with the new Auction House section of the Armory, World of Warcraft players are now able to browse their characters’ local Auction Houses with the same search functionality available in the game, as well as see the real-time status of each of their current bids and auctions: https://us.battle.net/login/login.xml?cr=true&ref=http%3A%2F%2Fus.wowarmory.com%2Fauctionhouse%2Findex.xml&app=armory
In addition, with a paid subscription to the new World of Warcraft Remote service (http://us.wowarmory.com/wow-remote.xml
), also launched today, you’ll be able to use the Armory website or mobile app to:
- Post items for sale from your character’s bag, bank, or mailbox on your faction’s Auction House or the realm’s cross-faction Auction House.
- Place bids or make buyout purchases on the Auction House.
- Collect the gold earned from a successful auction or reclaim the gold from an unsuccessful bid.
For more information about the new Armory Auction House functionality and the subscription-based World of Warcraft Remote service, check out the Web Auction House FAQ (http://us.wowarmory.com/faq-auction-house.xml
) and World of Warcraft Remote FAQ (http://us.blizzard.com/support/article.xml?locale=en_US&tag=REMOTE&rhtml=true
To download the free Mobile Armory app for iPhone and iPod touch, go here: http://itunes.apple.com/app/world-warcraft-mobile-armory/id321057000?mt=8
To download the free Remote Auction House app for Android, search for the "Remote Auction House" in the Android Market on your phone. To subscribe to World of Warcraft Remote, visit Account Management.
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