Have you decided to evict your neighbors or take revenge on the enemy? Do you
know how much resources are needed for this? Do you know how to effectively use
large furnaces? Help for Rust is an indispensable tool for such tasks. The
application can show you how much certain resources are...
It’s very useful but cripplingly destructive ads
This would definitely be a five star application if it wasn’t for crippling ads, which normal ads aren’t, the inability to close ads is destructive and irritating. I would have patronized this app if the ads weren’t so destructive, in fact I dislike the ads you use so much I’ll take my further use to rust labs, and I will never, use this app again until these ads have been found and removed. When using the app turns out I’d be a rush to find the thing you need as soon as possible or risk having to relaunch the app due to a ad without a (X) or a close tab. It’s fine to have ads, I’m not saying you can’t collect money from your app you should it’s a great idea, but you need to remove the ads that cannot be closed because their extremely frustrating and numerous. Further more I find that finding what you need’s location then restart since. The first ad will always come within 45 seconds- 90 seconds after being in the app, most of which will require a restart to remove. Again you have a amazing app but the ads destroy it.
I use this app a lot for Rust. I first want to say I’m going to be repeating some of other people’s ideas because I like them along with my own. I think foundations would be a nice addition to the raid calculator, damage values would also be useful. (Explosive dmg, even values like “flesh gather” and “ore gather”.) Of course this is a raid calculator so the damage from something like a pickaxe or sword to a wooden wall or door would be very useful for eco raiding. Loot chances would be good for mathematically calculating an educated estimate for gathering materials, weapons, blueprints etc. Maybe that’s just me because I’m a nerd but I’d find it useful. Also maybe adding a function where you can add walls/doors/ceilings to a raid and the raid can add up what you need to gather and craft. I hope you consider my suggestions.
Extremely useful to track clan BP
We have been using this app to track what BPs need to be learned immediately and what has already been learned. It was completely worth giving a $1.00 for the removal of ads. To be honest the app is more than usable with ads. They seem to be infrequent and only seconds long. I do wish the BP’s were updated for current research scrap cost.
Some strong suggestions
I like this app a lot. It’s very useful to open this app rather than tab out of my game and look it up. But I have some suggestions that would make it even better! Such as- -have a tab for showing how much ofresources you need to for building plan/hammer (walls, etc) -have a tab for showing what you need to craft items (items you would am have and don’t have) -show the resource efficiency for regular furnaces -have a tab for how fast tools mine and how much -make the gear icon bigger or change entirely -have a title or logo at the top? -have a tab for outpost trades -a guide for base builds/building Hope this helps!
WE NEED ROOF AMOUNT
It gets annoying when you need to know how much it takes for a roof that’s sheet or stone when your raiding a huge clan and you loose all of your stuff because you thought it was same as walls
Great help but what about soft walls
This app is super helpful but only information about one side of wall. For example, the app will only give you the raid information for the hard side of a stone wall. This app is great and I would highly recommend, but devs, please fix this!
Probably the only thing I have ever rated on the App Store, it’s very helpful knowing the amount of materials you need for raiding! Much better than using wikis on google, it’s a lot better to have it all confined on one app.
An actual calculator for the small and large furnace and refinery would be extremely helpful. Recycler information on items and quick reference electrical diagrams would make this app awesome. Also wouldn’t mind a paid version to get rid of the advertisements.
This is the only app I see in the App Store for rust which bot only makes it more valuable but it has everything you need especially if you’re a noob.
Good but needs more
The app so far is great but it doesn’t calculate foundations or walls with the raid calculator. It would also be cool to see crate drop chances. damage values for all the guns would be neat too.
This app is amazing!!!!!
I have never rated a app until now. This app is the best, helps me a lot during raids on what to know, how much materials I need to brake something down! Much love to the creator( no homo)
A bit outdated for research costs have been reduced for all tier items. Tier 3 now cost 500 scrap per and some 250,125,75,20 in that order of rarity... if updated will receive 5 stars. But for now I will continue to use for raid calculator and furnace splitter.
It’s useful and good for figuring out how much gp and sulfur you need ,but if you could find a way to fit your whole screen
Would give 5 stars but that shows the utmost perfection so...
Whenever I want to select something I’m bombarded with ads that I can’t even exit out of, even when I open the app they still occur, it’s honestly unusable, great concept of an app though.
Yes. Help for Rust is quiet safe to use but use with caution. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 50 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 3.6/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for Help for Rust Is 26.2/100.
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