Ben Elliott · May 30, 2010 at 04:20 pm

View PlayStation Trophies on your Phone with TrophyToGo

XDA member KUV1977 was surprised when he could not find a way to easily view his and his friends’ PlayStation Network trophies on his HD2, so he decided to develop a solution himself.

Using his TrophyToGo application, you can keep track of your friends’ gaming achievements while you’re away from home, or when you are too busy playing video games to fire up your PC. It’s also very useful as on-hand evidence when bragging about your mad Call of Duty skills to sceptical friends.

Based on the smooth and sharp Sense SDK, the app will show you all of the data you would expect to find on the PlayStation 3 – including game-by-game statistics and comparisons between other gamers. You can even choose to autosync player data to ensure that you’re always up to date.

To try it for yourself or for more information, please go to the application thread.

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