Keep track of all Dota 2 Trades within Dota 2 Lounge with this App - Trade-Observer for Dota2Lounge. The app is free of ads, free of charge and does not feature any hidden costs.
Within the Dota 2 Universe, when being a hero defending your Ancient as a Dire or Radiant, you constantly collect/ buy items through gold which you get for destroying the buildings of your opponents, or killing them and their Creeps. You can choose from more than 100 items like Consumables, Attributes, Weapons, Armor, Artifacts, etc (find more in the Dota 2 wiki, lounge, forum of the scene).
Items are objects sold by shops, or dropped from Roshan that provide an Ability, Bonus, or other function. They come in a multitude of forms and types, and can be very different from one item to the next. The space for your items in your heroes inventory is limited. You can only carry six items at the same time. Six more items go to your stash. Purchasing items is essential to the course of the game, because items provide necessary benefits that improve the effectiveness of both your hero and your team. Uplevelling alone is not enough, you'll need items to get additional benefits. So you need to trade.
It depends on your heroes attributes, which items to buy or trade and it influences your item choice whether your hero is a supporter, initiator or a carrier for example. Each of the more than 100 individual heroes you can choose is tied to one of the three main attributes (intelligence, agility, strength) and generally has four abilities, from which one is the ultimate ability, which is to be increased up to level 6.
With the trade-offer system at Dota2Lounge, you will no longer have to trade manually, instead, you will be receiving, or make own trade offers for items. These offers could only be accepted by the web browser or the steam application (which is the Valve platform) on your computer, thus lacking any possibility to have an individual overview of trades based on your own choice. That is all over, now you can now easily keep track of your trades, trade offers and bets with the Trade-Observer for Dota 2 Lounge.
You may already know the Dota 2 Lounge, which this app is based on. You have the betting panel (trading offers) on the right side and the trading panel on the left. Select the match you want to bet on by clicking it on the betting panel. To make an offer or bet on a trade, you need a Steam Trade URL which you can copy (or create) from your settings page in the Steam Community. Just go to the “Third Party Sites” section and get your URL.
You can trade all items you have in your Steam/ Dota 2 backpack, for example in the “Armory” tab. Just select the items from your inventory and the team you want to trade or bet for. You'll also see the potential reward for Rares, Uncommons, Commons and Keys once you have made a trade offer, a trade ID is generated.
This is what you need to track and observe the trades with the Trade-Observer for Dota 2 Lounge. By adding the ID of a trade, either a trade you want to bet on or a trade you created by yourself, to the app, you will be constantly updated when there is any news regarding the respective trades. You can choose from a notification vibration or a notification sound. To add a trade, you will be moved to the browser to login with your steam account and "add a trade". Just enter the trade ID in the app and you will see new messages. You are also able to set the refresh time between checking new messages within minutes.
The app is easy to use and free.
there is a probem adding a trade. i open d2l in my mobiles browser then i go to trade it opens in this app but then when i click add trade there is an error saying no address found, something like that and when i use the apps add trade page is not loading. pls fix this i really want an app where i can monitor my trades in d2l
i dont know whats wrong but its not working, pls try to fix it, the app itself cant connect to wifi, though my wifi connection is fine, thanks,
I think the links need to be updated!
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The design is a bit anachronistic, but works for me.