Like many current Destiny 2 players, I just can’t understand why Bungie’s official Destiny 2 Companion App skips out on some many features that it once had for Destiny 1. Mainly, the loss of being able to manage our Vault and character loadouts via the app. I talked before about an app called Vault Item Manager that addressed this issue and now there’s Ishtar Commander that does the same. They are both very similar apps and do almost the same things, but one has ads and the other doesn’t. Ishtar Commander also seems to look a little better, but of course looks subjective.
Ishtar Commander allows you to move and equip your items between characters in an instant and it displays each item’s power levels, making it much easier to determine what you want to use. It also places the items in order of power level which makes looking at your inventory much easier. That’s something you can’t do in the game. Not only that, you can view your Bright Engram progression at a glance and see exactly how much glimmer, legendary shards, and Bright Dust that are in your possession.
Long tapping an item also brings up detailed information about that item which is quite useful when determining what to use for certain missions. It’s so much easier than looking through the in game inventory or even sitting at the in game Vault.
If you’re a hardcore Destiny 2 fan or even if you’re just a casual player, Ishtar Commander for Destiny 2 is a must have app on Android or iOS. It’s well made with more updates to come and its free. There are no ads, but I suggest if you like that app, donate to the developer so he can keep working on making it even better.
Tap into your Destiny 2 Guardian’s weapons, gear, vault, and inventory all from your device.
・Instantly transfer items between characters and the vault.
・Equip weapons, armor, emblems, emotes, ships and sparrows.
・Max your Power level with one tap.
・Check your level and Bright Engram progression at a glance.
・Fast, reliable, and beautiful to use.
・Long press items to see their details.
・Loadouts, progress, and lots more to come.