Access all of your Dungeons & Dragons content anywhere you go with the D&D Beyond reader. - D&D products. Browse, unlock, and read the entire Dungeons & Dragons fifth edition library. - Offline access. Never miss your books, even in areas without wifi coverage. - Bookmarks and Search. Find the rules you need when you need them! - Display options. Read as you like in book, clean, or night modes.
Let’s be honest, this app is awful. If you look up the definition of “half measure”, this app would be pictured. It only contains perhaps 2-3% of the functionality available at their DND Beyond portal. It doesn’t track characters or campaigns...it’s merely an e-reader for digital versions of D&D books. And that’s it. It does nothing else. Underwhelming doesn’t even begin to cover it. No one needs another e-reader.
I have a player that bought STK. on my phone no matter what troubleshooting I have done, I still can’t see the content.
The navigation of books is still a bit glitchy and needs work. Being able to download the book images is really needed.
Day 2 and still won’t open.
Could you please update this and make it work?
Attempting to open Rime of the Frostmaiden and multiple other sources I have downloaded causes the app to crash every single time.
I made an in app purchase that never registered in the app but I got charged for it
It worked perfectly well until about a month ago, now it either crashes when I select a book to open or it gets stuck on a loading screen indefinitely
I love the idea of the D&D Beyond app. Unfortunately, much of its content remains in a constant state of incompleteness.
DnDBeyond is a great source for all things DND. Sadly, the app comes up way short of expectations. The good: basically any books, modules, or compendiums you’ve purchased show up here. That’s it. The bad: the app doesn’t remember what page you were on if you leave the app and come back. It brings you back to the list of all your books rather than where you had just been. Accessing a book sometimes places you on a page that has, basically, no obvious navigation. Yes, you can tap the screen in the middle, and pages show up... but it’s not obvious and limited in scope. The app could be so much more. For example, with adventures, you’re almost always referring to a map. Good design would allow the map to float as you scrolled through pertinent descriptions rather than constantly having to backtrack to the map. I really hope they make this useful someday, but for now, I’ll stick to web based reading.