Battlelog App Incoming to iPad, More Privacy Features in the Works

Frequent Battlelog users who prefer the iPad as their mobile device of choice can look forward to a dedicated application for Battlefield 3‘s (and soon to be Battlefield 4‘s) social, stat-tracking service.

Currently, iPad users are asked to bookmark the web-based version of Battlelog to their home screen, but according to recent tweets from the official Battlelog Twitter, a full app is in the works.

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The news is fairly expected, as iPad support was showcased in the latest Battlefield 4 Commander trailer where a player will be able to command his or her team from mobile devices such as the iPad.

In additional news, more privacy features are being worked on for future Battlelog updates.

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Earlier, Battlelog developers also confirmed “invisibile mode” being a top priority for Battlefield 4, so we can most likely expect that to be one of the new features.

  • swipe_06

    I wish they would just format the site properly for mobiles, but good news anyway.

  • WarBroh

    They need android app stat if they don’t want to get left behind, android is now biggest mobile platform with most users

    • Just saying

      Fragmentation holds them unlike iOS which deals with iPhones and iPads. Anyways, leaving one of these two OS isn’t good for them.

      • But most users, especially in more developed areas of the world are on 4.0 or above. Plus there is already a Battlelog app for Android

        • Just saying

          I didn’t know there’s an android app but I was stating a real problem that faces the developers.

          • “Fragmentation” will always be there but go and Watch Google I/O and Watch how Android Studio will solve that for devs

      • WarBroh

        Fragmentation, lol. FUD moar. Fact of the matter is any Android phone purchased in the last 3 years is going to run the same apps your friends can run. Prior to that its more hit and miss. Android has come a long way in the last couple years.

        • Just saying

          The OS version isn’t the real problem. Just look at the amount of different display sizes that makes any app takes some time to be optimized for all sizes, yet the developers most of the time leave some devices without support.

    • Ryan Schulze

      One of the random things I do is test mobile content for a development team. The hilarious thing is that they have to use me, because nobody else in our “division” has an android tablet. They all have their iPads. I was also unaware that Dice had finally added a Battlelog app for android.

    • B_Boss

      You were behind it seems lol.

  • zacflame

    I still don’t see the point of battlelog.

    I have it, and I haven’t found any practical use.

    • Magilla187

      i found a use for it, lets just say i haven’t really been using Facebook ever since, because i keep track of my stats and keeps me busy when trying to unlock things in the Assignments

  • demtryhards

    I feel bad for youtubers like LevelCap and Matimio who get stalked whenever they join a match.

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