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Author Topic: I released a new update for Game Master Journal, a free android toolkit for GMs  (Read 105 times)

Redheaddev

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A while ago I released a free android app: Game Master Journal. The main features of this app allow you to create, customize, and keep track of various parts of your campaign, like NPC's, cities, and items. There's plenty of functionality that was initially released, and I have various other updates planned, some of which was suggested by the community! Well the latest update is live: there's now an entirely new, customizable page for you to use however you like.

You can customize the various titles and headers, so if you want to use it as a Quest log, or session notes (or whatever else you think of), you can. There are multiple text fields for you to add whatever info you need. You can also link to other npcs, cities, or items you've created, and even add an image! In addition to all this, the Loot page has been updated, so you can now organize multiple items into groups. This will allow you to create an entire shop inventory, or dragon hoard, and easily filter your various groups whenever you need.

All of this is offered for free on the Google Play store, and there's also support for French, Spanish, German, Russian, and Japanese languages. I hope some of you find good use for it!

Check out the app here!