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Inventory Manager for Destiny
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Version 1.5.2 released on September 09, 2017
Version 1.5.1 released on August 21, 2017
Version 1.5.0 released on November 06, 2016
New: - Inventory Search, search for anything that can be found within the inventory screens. Each word contributes to the results separately, but items matching multiple words are ranked higher - Loadout names can now be changed after they are created Fixed: - Max light calculations rounding incorrectly - Max light not equipping exotic weapons if an exotic armor is to be equipped as well
Version 1.4.0 released on June 14, 2016
New: - Language selection is now available on first launch and from the Settings tab
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DIM is an that app allows you to manage all items across your guardians and even your vault. You can create and equip saved loadouts for easy gear swapping without having to ever step near a vault again. You can also transfer an item from one guardian to another without having to move it to the vault first. Xbox Live authentication PlayStation authentication Search for anything in your inventory Move items directly to another character Automatically moves items out of the way if the destination is full Move armor, weapons, materials, consumables Max light in a single action Create loadouts (pre-define item sets to move in a single action) **Important Note** Bungie only allows one move per second so it will still take a few seconds to transfer your entire inventory BUT you do not need to visit the vault to get your gear. Example: Moving your unequipped helmet to the vault, then moving it to another guardian, then equipping it on the new guardian would take 3 moves and therefore 3 seconds. We are always looking for suggestions on how to make this app the best it can be so please let us know what we can do to make this work for you!
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