Lacks detail and accuracy. A great idea that fails in accuracy and if used by someone who has never read Tolkiens works would mislead you greatly. Examples of lack of detail would be discussing Finrod Felagund without mentioning his importance to men upon their arrival or discussing the word "magnificent" without mentioning Smaug. Great idea for an app but falls very short of what it could or should be.
Great start, needs some polishing This is a great app and very fun to go through. It is set up well though I would suggest that there be embedded links on the pages. This would be especially helpful for things that have multiple names so if you only know the English translation you don't then have to remember and search for the elvish or dwarvish name.
Great little app! I really hope that the author continues to work on it. The definitions are great, but I sometimes wished it gave info on how the character died etc. And the addition of maps would be super cool. But I'm just nitpicking. Install this app now.
Fantastic Fantastic. I am impressed that someone was able to put 99% of almost entirely correct Middle-Earth information into one app. There are a few minor things missing, but that makes little difference. I refer to this app all the time! Thank you.
Decent Enough You should add in Gilthrang though. He is the Ainur who helps Melkor break the Doors of Night and start the Dagor Dagorath in the Fourth Age, thus leading to the Second Music of the Ainur. And you forgot Lurtz but that's ok since he's not a REAL Orc. Only exists in the movies.
WOW I love this app! Not only those it have things I never knew about lotr but it also reminds me of things I forgot. Only problem is that there is a few mistakes. For example, I am pretty that the battle of the Five Armies has nothing to do with when Thorin and his company were stuck in Goblin town.
*The whole thing is new!