Manage Your StarCraft II Ladders and Career Progress from WP7
Occasionally, we are reminded that there’s actually life outside of the mobile hacking world. Absolutely shocking, I know. Rather than being held hostage to a 4-inch screen, some of us are enslaved by far larger screens—such as that 27-inch monster constantly feeding your StarCraft II addiction.
In a quest to make both of your screens work in perfect harmony, XDA forum member ATomiH created a StarCraft II ladder application for Windows Phone 7. The app allows you to view match history, career statistics, and your top leagues. It also makes great use of the innovative WP7 interface by giving you a live tile with your current 1v1 rank. If you’re a WP7 user currently addicted to SCII, continue over to the application thread to get started.
[Note: XDA will not be held responsible for 12-step program fees caused by your StarCraft addiction.]
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