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Jan
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Users of Call of Duty ELITE have been waiting, and the moment is finally here: the Elite app just landed in the Android Market. The app allows you to monitor multiplayer progress with in-depth stat analysis, change your methods and plan new strategies based on recent gameplay performance, and incorporate edits into your loadouts directly from your Android device.

This app requires Call of Duty ELITE registration.

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With the ability dive deep into your performance from recent matches, you can see exactly where you come up strong, as well as where you need to improve. From there, you can make desired changes and push your change into the game; then, just fire up multiplayer and you're good to go.

The app is free in the Market, hit the widget to grab it.

[via Droid Gamers]

Cameron Summerson
Cameron is a self-made geek, Android enthusiast, horror movie fanatic, and musician. When he's not pounding keys here at AP, you can find him spending time with his wife and kids, plucking away on the 6- or 7-string, or watching The Texas Chainsaw Massacre on repeat.

  • http://daverix.net David

    Yet another failed iphone port... I hope people read the new Android Design Site really soon and follow the guidelines!

    • Jays2Kings

      I was thinking the exact same thing, there's even a section on there about not using labeled back buttons as well as other elements from other OS's. Eh I could care less as I stop with CoD.

  • Koekje

    F*ck activision.... mw3 is out for ages and still nog elite pc support.. they really can suck it never buying there crap again

  • Travis

    I've been waiting for this app since it was announced last June and it's nice to finally have the Elite app...even if it is just a port.

    Honestly, I can't say I'm surprised by that. Activision has always favored that platform. The original Zombies game never came to Android due to a financial decision (ROI just wasn't there at the time. Android wasn't as big as it is now). Black Ops Zombies just came out last year without Android love again. I don't know the reason this time. Most of the hardware is capable of running it and (I would believe) the ROI would be favorable due to Android's popularity.

    The app still looks slick and works well. Only downside being having to use the in-app buttons (back, menu and search). Can be hard to reach (one-handed) on a 4.5" screen.

  • Braden

    Don't download it on a tablet. My wife's Transformer just got it and it's the resolution of VGA at the top left of the tablet, and no option to go landscape. You even have to scroll inside the tiny portion. It honestly looks like an iPhone emulator, and no physical buttons work. Absolutely disgustingly pathetic after two months delay on a product they had over a year to produce.

    And this is coming from someone that's hit max prestige in every Call of Duty since CoD4.

    How incredibly shameful that the quality has slammed into the ground.

    • Travis

      Yeah, unfortunately it's not optimized for tablets yet. Have a few friends with iPads and it just looks like a bigger iPhone version. They have stated that they plan on optimizing them for tablets once both apps were released and running perfect.

      Now I have to see how it looks on my Galaxy Tab 10.1. :P

      • Braden

        It's gonna be bad, don't get too excited. :(

  • https://steamcommunity.com/id/m-p-3 m-p{3}

    Worthless if you're a PC gamer, since Elite isn't even available.

  • Calbino

    Activision is trash, I urge anyone who likes NOT being a sheep to steer clear of this.

  • seth

    I have an Optimus M on the MetroPCS network. After installing the app, it opens to simply the background - and doesn't do anything.

    I'm at a loss...?